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2023 Spring Election Information

Board candidate information

Three individuals have declared candidacy for the April 4, 2023, election: Jay Jones (incumbent) and Katie Streblow are the candidates for the Village of Lannon seat; Tom Lodzinski is the candidate for the At-Large seat.

The candidates will appear on the ballot for the April 4, 2023, Spring Election. Each Board member represents the entire school district, therefore, residents should select one candidate for each seat.

2023 Spring Election Notice Regarding Incumbent School Board Members

2023 SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION:
NOTICE OF INCUMBENTS WHO HAVE FILED A NOTIFICATION OF NONCANDIDACY
Hamilton School District

The following incumbent school board member whose term of office expires in April 2023 and
whose seat will be contested at the 2023 Spring Election has filed a Notification of Noncandidacy,
as provided under section 120.06(6)(b)3 of the state statutes:

The above list reflects filings as of December 21, 2022. The deadline for filing a Notification of
Noncandidacy is Dec. 23, 2022.


By filing the Notification of Noncandidacy, the incumbent(s) listed above have given advance
notice that they do not presently intend to be a candidate for reelection to their school board
office.

Except as otherwise provided under state law, a qualified elector of the School District who
wishes to become a candidate and have their name appear on the election ballot for any of the
school board seat(s) that will be contested at the 2023 Spring Election must file all necessary
forms at Hamilton School District Office by no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 3, 2023.
Additional information about school board elections is available on the District’s website or by
contacting (262) 246-1973 x1108.

This notice given on December 21, 2022 by:
Dawn Van Aacken, School District Clerk

Reference: Section 120.06(6)(b)3m of the Wisconsin Statutes.

Election materials

Two Board of Education seats will be open for school board members during the April 4, 2023, election: one Village of Lannon seat (three-year term ending April 2026) and one At-Large seat (three-year term ending April 2026).

Packets containing election materials such as the Campaign Registration Statement, Declaration of Candidacy EL-162sd form and other pertinent documents will be available Monday through Friday, except holidays and holiday-observance days, at the Hamilton District Office. Those wishing to declare candidacy for school board member may pick up a packet and file Campaign Registration Statements and Declaration of Candidacy paperwork beginning at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2022, through Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023, at 5 p.m. Forms are also available on the Wisconsin Ethics Commission and Wisconsin Elections Commission websites.

An elector in the district is eligible to be a School Board member. Candidate qualifications include (EL-162sd): “At the time of filling the Declaration of Candidacy, a candidate shall meet the applicable age, citizenship, residency and voting qualification requirements…” Candidates will be 18 years of age or older, a citizen of the United States and a resident of the Hamilton School District for at least 28 consecutive days prior to taking office on the fourth Monday in April. Candidates will also affirm they “have not been convicted of a felony in any court with in the United States which (they) have not been pardoned.”

If more than two individuals file a Declaration of Candidacy form for the same position listed above, a primary election will be held on Feb. 21, 2023. The two candidates receiving the most votes during the primary election will have their names placed on the spring ballot for the April 4, 2023, election.