Four top county offices are on the November ballot, however none of the incumbents has opposition.
They include two appointees of Gov. Scott Walker:
- District Attorney W. Richard Chiapete, who was appointed to the seat by Gov. Scott Walker in March. Chiapete replaced Michael Nieskes, who was appointed to a judicial vacancy left by the late Judge Dennis Barry. District Attorneys serve four-year terms in Wisconsin. A lifelong resident of Racine, Chiapete was formerly a deputy district attorney in the same office.
- Register of Deeds Tyson Fettes. Walker appointed Fettes to his position, in 2011. At the time of the appointment, Fettes was a Burlington Town Supervisor. He was also marketing director for the county's visitors' bureau.
The other countywide candidates are also all Republicans running for their current seats. They are:
- County Clerk Wendy Christensen. In June, Christensen made news over late returns in the state Senate race. That race ended up in a recount.
- County Treasurer Jane Nikolai. Nikolai previously worked in financial management positions for several area schools and school districts.
The Register of Deeds, County Clerk, and County Treasurer positions each pays the same amount: $72,527 a year in annual salary. The officials each serve four-year terms.