Current Village President Ron Coutts is being challenged by Bob Bradley, who served on the Caledonia Village Board and on the Racine Unified School Board, in the April 2 general election.
Spring Election 2013
Saturday, March 30, 2013
Monday, March 11, 2013
Who's running for Racine School Board? What do they stand for? And what else do you want to know about these six candidates?
Voters will choose from a field of six candidates to fill three spots on the Racine Unified School board on April 2. In the primary in February, Mike Frontier came out on top with a total vote count of 4,082, or 14 percent of the total ballots cast. Incumbents Chris Eperjesy and Julie McKenna round out the top three with 3,235 (11.26 percent) and 2,897 votes (10 percent), respectively. The top six vote-getters will advance to the April general election. Also in the top six are Robert Wittke, Jr. (2,737, or 9.53 percent), Roger Pfost (2,416, 8.14 percent) and Kristie Formolo (1,704,or 5.93 percent). The three candidates with the most votes will earn a spot on the board. Learn more about the candidates' backgrounds, top priorities, the …
Friday, March 1, 2013
David Prott is running for a seat on the Caledonia Village Board in the April 2 election.
Name: David Prott Address: 2442 Rebecca Drive Age: 46 Occupation: Racine County Highway Superintendent Education: Case High School; MATC - Associates Degree in Combustion Engine Technology; Concordia University - Bachelors Degree in Management & Communication. Family: Married to Kimberly, Daughter - Mikayla How long have you lived in Caledonia? 12 years. Have you held or run for political office? Caledonia Board Member 2005 - 2006. Related experience: KRM Steering Committee Member
Friday, December 21, 2012
Three trustee seats and the village president seat are open for election April 2.
So far, only one Caledonia Village trustee race will be contested in the April elections. Three trustee seats and the village president position are open for election April 2. Village Board President Ronald Coutts has filed for re-election. Trustee position No. 1 is open, as Trustee Kathy Burton is not running for re-election. Ed Willing has filed candidacy papers for that position. In trustee position No. 3, incumbent Kevin Wanggaard has filed for re-election. No one else has filed papers in that race. Trustee Jim Dobbs, who is in trustee position No. 5, is also running for re-election. Richard Frazier has also filed papers as a candidate for that position. Trustees serve two-year terms and are paid $6,600 per year. The village president …