A busy night at the polls in Kewaunee County Tuesday saw a slate of several lopsided election results.
The City of Kewaunee will have new faces at its next council meeting. In District 1, Arthur J. Schiller lost his seat to challenger John Blaha. Blaha edged Schiller with 108 votes to 89. Wendy Shelton defeated Evan Gibbs for District 2 by garnering 131 to 41 votes. Joe Mills lost his District 3 seat to Robin S. Nelson, who won by a 123-37 margin.
Dan Kassner will be the West Kewaunee Chairperson as he defeated Milt Swagel by a huge 188-61 vote difference.
The Town of Ahnapee has a newly elected supervisor as Gerald Gary Paape defeated Daniel Haas on Tuesday night. Paape received 97 votes to Haas’ 52.
In the Town of Red River, voters decisively picked their two supervisors and a town clerk. Paul Dalebroux won over John M. Maas by a 165 to 63 margin. Steven J. LeGrave defeated David Schmidt by receiving 159 votes, compared to 62 for Schmidt. The town clerk position will go to Sandy Monfils, who easily defeated Kasie Schmidt 161-60.
The Village of Luxemburg saw Jack Seidl retain his president seat by defeating challenger Larry W. Hurley by a convincing 259-108 margin.
The three Village Trustees in Luxemburg will be Dan Rueckl, Brian Barbiaux, and Ronald Tlachac. Those three outpolled both Germaine Burkart and Lori Lynn Heraly to claim the three trustee positions.
Linda Jonet won the chairperson seat for the Town of Luxemburg. Jonet captured 166 votes compared to the 59 that James A. Reckelberg received.