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Extension nets two more board candidates

Two Kewaunee County Board seats received extra candidates and one other spot could go to a write-in following the extended nomination paper filing deadline last Friday. Prospective candidates in Districts 4, 5, and 7 got extra time to file their paperwork with Kewaunee County Clerk Jamie Annoye after Robert Weidner, Kent Treml, and Charles Schmitt did not declare their non-candidacy for their seats until after the December 27th deadline. That allowed Doak Baker to join the ballot as the District 4 candidate and Timothy Kinnard to run against Lisa Cochart for the District 7 seat. District 5 could now go to a write-in candidate after no one submitted nomination papers to replace Treml before Friday’s 5 p.m. deadline. There will be a total of five contested races when the spring election takes place on April 7th.

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