Two races are set for tomorrow's primary elections in the Lake Country area.
Voters in the Hartland-Lakeside School District face a $930,000 referendum question. The School District is seeking additional operating revenue in hopes of maintaining its current level of academic programming and class sizes. The District says it would be forced to cut programs and services should the referendum fail. Read more on this issue here.
Meanwhile, voters will also cast ballots to determine which two candidates for Lake Country Municipal judge will face off in the April 3 municipal election.
Candidates are Peter M. Wolff, 43, of the Town of Delafiel, Daniel P. Fay, 60, of the Town of Merton, and Timothy T. Kay, 52, of Oconomowoc.
Voters from the following communities can cast votes in that primary: Town and Village of Merton, Town and City of Oconomowoc, the Towns of Delafield, Lisbon, Ixonia, and Erin, and the Villages of Chenequa, Dousman, Hartland, Lac La Belle, Nashotah, Oconomowoc Lake, Summit, Sullivan, and Sussex.
Read more about the municipal court elections here.
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