Two candidates emerge for Kewaunee County Circuit Court Judge

Their nomination papers cannot be circulated yet, but two people want your vote for Kewaunee County Circuit Judge next spring.


Jeffrey Wisnicky and Kim Hardtke look to replace Judge Keith Mehn on the bench, who is stepping aside after completing one six-year term. Wisnicky came in second behind Mehn in both the spring primary and spring general election in 2016. He has served as Kewaunee County’s corporation counsel since 2007 and was named its human services director earlier this year. Hardtke served as a law clerk for Brown County Circuit Court for two years for joining Brown County’s District Attorney’s office as a special prosecutor in 2016 and assistant district attorney in 2017.


Candidates for public office can begin circulating their nomination papers next month and have until January 4th to return them.

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