Two newcomers are challenging incumbent Kevin Wanggaard in the Feb. 19 Village Board primary election.
Wednesday, February 13
UPDATE: Jim Tiderman has decided not to run. However, his name will still be on the ballot. Caledonia voters will head to the polls on Feb. 19 to narrow down the field of candidates running for the Trustee No. 3 seat on the Village Board. The top two voter-getters will advance to the April 2 general election. The candidates are incumbent Trustee Kevin Wanggaard and challengers Jim Tiderman and Maureen Cramer. (Click on link for biographical information on each candidate). To provide residents with the most information on where they stand on the issues facing the village, Caledonia Patch invited readers to submit questions that we posed to the candidates. Here, in their own words, are the candidates' answers to those questions as well as …
Realtor and father of two is one of three candidates seeking Trustee #3 seat on Caledonia Board in Feb. 19 primary.
Monday, January 21
Name: James Tiderman Address: 4519 N. Green Bay Road Age: 41 Occupation: President/Broker/Owner Family: Married for over 10 years and have two young sons. How long have you lived in the village? 11 years Have you held political office? No, I have not run before, but as a person who has chosen to be a part of this community by purchasing our home and raising our family, I feel it’s imperative to be involved in decision making within the community. Related experience: Current Member of the Kenosha Realtors Association Current Member of the Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors Current Member of Caledonians Advocating Responsible Planning I run a trucking company in which my primary job is to know business trends, solicit business and …