Want a Vote? School Board, Aldermanic, Judicial Seats Up for Election
Starting on Dec. 1, interested candidates can begin circulating nomination papers to run for school board, alderman, municipal judge and town supervisor.
Want to be one of the seven votes on the Elmbrook School Board? Inspired to work in public service (and get paid)?
Time to run for local office is coming up, with Dec. 1 the first day interested candidates can start circulating nomination papers. Papers are due Jan. 3 to get on the April 3 ballot.
Incumbents who choose not to run must announce that decision by filing a declaration of non-candidacy by Dec. 27.
Eight city aldermanic seats, a municipal judge and two town supervisory seats also are up for election. Here are the seats with the incumbent elected officials and links on all you need to know to run for office:
Elmbrook School Board
At-Large Seat: Meg Wartman
Area IV Seat: Jean Lambert
City of Brookfield
Municipal judge: Jeff Warchol
Alderman Dist. 1: Dan Sutton
Alderman Dist. 2: Rick Owen
Alderman Dist. 3: Ron Balzer
Alderman Dist. 4: Buck Jurken
Alderman Dist. 5: Scott Berg
Alderman Dist. 6: Christopher Blackburn
Alderman Dist. 7: Renee Lowerr and Lisa Mellone (2-year term)
Town of Brookfield
Town clerk's office has information on filing papers.
(two seats, 2-year terms)
John Schatzman, Patrick Stroebel