Official April 2 Rock County election results, posted to the Rock County website as of April 8, at 3:56 p.m. by Rock County Clerk Lisa Tollefson, show that of the 87,678 registered voters in Rock County, 28,911 or 32.97 percent cast their ballots, with official totals representing 100 percent of the county’s 88 precincts reporting.

Results of Milton area unopposed races follow.

Unopposed county and local judges

Running unopposed for the position of circuit court judge, Branch 1, Rock County, Milton resident Karl Hanson received 19,428 votes, representing 99.19 percent of those voting in the April 2 election within the full 88 precincts. Write-in candidates received 153 votes or 0.78 percent.

Running unopposed for the position of municipal judge in the towns of Milton, Harmony and Lima, Mark A. Schulz received 1,675 or 99.17 of total ballots cast within the three precincts served. Write-in candidates received 0.83 percent or 14 votes. A breakdown of votes by precinct is as follows: Harmony, 717, write-ins, 7; Lima, 250, write-ins, 2; Milton, 708, write-ins, 5.

In the City of Milton Municipal Judge Kristin Koeffler was re-elected with 1,332 votes.

Town of Milton

The following races were held within the Town of Milton: town board chairperson, with Bryan Meyer running unopposed and receiving 723 votes representing 98.23 percent of the votes cast in the single precinct served. Thirteen votes or 1.77 percent of April 2 voters cast their ballot for write-in candidates; town board supervisor, with two candidates running, including Jon Jennings, receiving 554 votes or 47.23 percent, and John Traynor, receiving 609 votes or 51.92 percent. Ten or 0.85 percent of voters cast their ballots for write-in candidates. With two seats open, candidates ran unopposed with each voter able to cast two votes.

Town of Fulton

The following races were held in Fulton: town board chairperson, with Evan Sayre running unopposed and receiving 585 votes or 96.53 percent of votes cast in the single precinct served, with 21 or 3.47 percent of voters casting ballots for write-in candidates, and town board supervisor, with two candidates running, including Scott Farrington, receiving 560 or 50.77 percent, and Kerry Hull, receiving 530 or 48.05 percent. Thirteen votes or 1.18 percent of April 2 voters cast their ballots for write-in candidates. With two seats open, candidates ran unopposed with each voter able to cast two votes.

Town of Johnstown

Choosing candidates by caucus, five ran unopposed in the Town of Johnstown, including:

Robert Mawhinney, running for town board chairperson and receiving 226 or 98.26 percent of votes cast in the single precinct served, with 4 or 1.74 percent of voters casting ballots for write-in candidates;

Marcus Scharine, running for town board supervisor 1 and receiving 239 or 99.58 percent of votes cast, with 1 or 0.42 percent of voters casting ballots for write-in candidates;

Brad Mair, running for town board supervisor 2 and receiving 230 or 100 percent of votes cast;

Mary Mawhinney, running for town clerk and receiving 226 or 97.41 percent of votes cast, with 6 or 2.59 percent of voters casting ballots for write-in candidates, and

Patsy A. Weber, running for town treasurer and receiving 234 or 100 percent of votes cast.

Town of Harmony

Choosing candidates by caucus, the following races were held in Harmony: town board chairperson, with Jeff Klenz running unopposed and receiving 716 or 98.90 percent of votes cast in the single precinct served, with 8 or 1.10 percent of voters casting ballots for write-in candidates, and town board supervisor, with two candidates running, including Matt McNall, receiving 614 or 51.60 percent, and John Paulson, receiving 564 or 47.39 percent. Twelve votes or 1.01 percent of April 2 voters cast their ballots for write-in candidates. With two seats open, candidates ran unopposed with each voter able to cast two votes.

Town of Lima

Choosing candidates by caucus, six ran unopposed in the Town of Lima, including:

Dave Kyle, running for town board chairperson and receiving 261 or 97.75 percent of votes cast in the single precinct served, with 6 or 2.25 percent of voters casting ballots for write-in candidates;

Leo Hanauska, running for town board supervisor 1 and receiving 262 or 98.50 percent of votes cast, with 4 or 1.50 percent of voters casting ballots for write-in candidates;

Dave Burkett, running for town board supervisor 2 and receiving 254 or 98.07 percent of votes cast, with 5 or 1.93 percent of voters casting ballots for write-in candidates;

Pam Hookstead, running for town clerk and receiving 271 or 98.55 percent of votes cast, with 4 or 1.45 percent of voters casting ballots for write-in candidates;

Lisa Hanauska, running for town treasurer and receiving 259 or 98.85 percent of votes cast, with 3 or 1.15 percent of voters casting ballots for write-in candidates, and

William Kyle, running for town constable and receiving 251 or 97.67 percent of votes cast, with 6 or 2.33 percent of voters casting ballots for write-in candidates.

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