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Kewaunee Co. spring election: Primary for Kewaunee council

KEWAUNEE - A primary election will be required in the city of Kewaunee for one of its seats on its Common Council, which will have two to four new faces following the general election.


The primary, which will be held Feb. 16, is taking place because three candidates are running to represent District 2. Councilmember Jeff Dworak did not file candidacy papers by the Jan. 5 deadline to retain the seat, but Jeremy John Robillard, Wendy Shelton and Evan Gibbs filed to run.


The top two vote-getters in the primary will face off for the seat in the April 6 general election.

Two other Kewaunee councilpersons on the ballot face challengers. Incumbent Arthur Schiller goes against John Blaha in District 1 and incumbent Joe Mills faces Robin Nelson in District 3.



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