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NOTICE OF SPRING ELECTION AND PRESIDENTIAL ...

County of Calumet

Beth A. Hauser

County of

Outagamie

Lori J. O’Bright

County of

Winnebago

Susan T. Ertmer

Town of

Black Creek

Karen Herman

Town of Bovina

Charles J. Pluger

Town of Buchanan

Angela Gorall

Town of Center

Nancy J. Christensen

Town of Cicero

Michelle Burton

Town of Dale

Jenny DeZeeuw

Town of Deer

Creek

Kenneth Everts

NOTICE OF

SPRING ELECTION

AND

PRESIDENTIAL

PREFERENCE VOTE

April 3, 2012

OFFICIAL NOTICE & SAMPLE BALLOTS

OUTAGAMIE COUNTY including Calumet and Winnebago Counties in the

City of Appleton, and Waupaca County in the City of New London.

A supplement to: Appleton Post-Crescent, Seymour Advertiser Community News,

Heart of the Valley Times-Villager.

DISTRIBUTED BY THE OUTAGAMIE COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE

If questions, contact 920-832-5077

OFFICES ON THE BALLOT:

TO: The Electors of parts of Outagamie County, Calumet, and Winnebago Counties The information in

this notice meets the requirements of the Wisconsin State Statutes which require that county, town, village, city

and school district clerks notify the electors of each municipality or district of the candidates for state, county,

town, village, city, or school district office and in some cases to publish a sample ballot.

The information as to candidates, order of candidates, poll hours and poll locations was provided by the following

county, town, village, city, and school district clerks:

Town of Ellington

Bonnie Fischer

Town of Freedom

Barbara Seegers

Town of

Grand Chute

Karen Weinschrott

Town of Greenville

Debbie Wagner

Town of Hortonia

Lyn M. Neuenfeldt

Town of Kaukauna

Lynn Gerrits

Town of Liberty

Heidi Thern

Town of Maine

Lori Klevesahl

Town of

Maple Creek

Lynette Gitter

Town of Oneida

Mary Olson

Town of Osborn

Darlene Schultz

Town of Seymour

Lyn Leisgang

Town of

Vandenbroek

Cory Swedberg

Village of

Bear Creek

Betty Miller

Village of

Black Creek

Rochelle Oskey

Village of

Combined Locks

Racquel

Shampo-Giese

Village of

Hortonville

Lynne Mischker

Village of

Kimberly

Rick Hermus

Village of Little

Chute

Vicki Schneider

Village of Nichols

Sherryl Pues

Village of

Wrightstown

Jean Brandt

City of Appleton

Cindi Hesse

City of Kaukauna

Susan Duda

City of Seymour

Susan Garsow

Appleton Area

School Dist.

Kimm Smith

Clintonville Area

School Dist

Jim Dins

Freedom Area

School Dist.

Allan Tiedt

Hortonville Area

School Dist.

Marvin Obry

Kaukauna Area

School Dist.

Jeff McCabe

Kimberly Area

School Dist.

Debbie Roberts

Little Area

School Dist

Charles V. George

Menasha Joint

School Dist

Steve Thompson

New London Com

School Dist

Virginia Schlais

Pulaski Com

School Dist

Barb McKeefry

Seymour Com

School Dist

Tom Smet

School Dist of

Shiocton

David G. Gomm

West DePere

School Dist

Joseph Bergner

Wrightstown

School Dist

Jeanne Wall

NOTICE OF SPRING ELECTION AND PRESIDENTIAL

PREFERENCE VOTE

April 3, 2012

OFFICE OF THE OUTAGAMIE COUNTY CLERK

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF APPLETON (CALUMET,

OUTAGAMIE, WINNEBAGO COUNTIES) AND MUNICIPALITIES IN

OUTAGAMIE COUNTY (NOTE: CITY OF NEW LONDON PUBLISHES

SEPARATELY-COUNTY INFORMATION LISTED IN THIS NOTICE):

Notice is hereby given of a nonpartisan spring election and a

Presidential Preference Vote to be held in the several wards in the City

of Appleton (Calumet, Outagamie, and Winnebago Counties) and

County of Outagamie on April 3, 2012, at which the officers named

below shall be chosen. The names of the candidates for each office to

be voted for, whose nominations have been certified to or filed in this

office, are given under the title of the office, each in its proper column,

together with the questions submitted to a vote, for a referendum in

the sample ballot below.

INFORMATION TO ELECTORS

Upon entering the polling place, an elector shall state his or her name

and address and sign the poll book before being permitted to vote.

Where ballots are distributed to electors, the initials of two inspectors

must appear on the ballot. Upon being permitted to vote, the elector

shall retire alone to a voting booth or machine and cast his or her ballot,

except that an elector who is a parent or guardian may be accompanied

by the elector’s minor child or minor ward. An election official

may inform the elector of the proper manner for casting a vote, but the

official may not in any manner advise or indicate a particular voting

choice.

At the Spring Election

Where an optical scan system and paper ballots are used, the elector

shall fill in the oval or connect the arrow next to the name of the

candidate of his or her choice for each office for which he or she

intends to vote. To vote for a person whose name does not appear on

the ballot, the elector shall write in the name of the person of his or

her choice in the space provided, and fill in the oval or connect the

arrow next to the write-in line. On referendum questions, the elector

shall fill in the oval or connect the arrow next to “yes” if in favor of the

question, or fill in the arrow or connect the arrow next to “no” if

opposed to the question.

Where touch screen voting systems are used, the elector shall touch

the screen next to the name of the candidate of his or her choice for

each office for which he or she intends to vote. To vote for a person

whose name does not appear on the ballot, the elector shall type in the

name of the person of his or her choice in the space provided for a

write-in vote. On referendum questions, the elector shall touch the

screen next to “yes” if in favor of the questions, or the elector shall

touch the screen next to “no” if opposed to the question.

At the Presidential Preference Vote:

Where an optical scan system and paper ballots are used, the elector

shall fill in the oval or connect the arrow next to the name of the

candidate of his or her choice, within the party of his or her choice; or

shall, in the alternative, fill in the oval or connect the arrow next to the

words “Uninstructed Delegation,” within the party of his or her choice;

or write in the name of his or her choice for a candidate in the space

provided, within the party of his or her choice.

Where touch screen voting systems are used, the elector shall touch

the screen next to the name of the candidate of his or her choice,

within the party of his or her choice; or shall in the alternative, touch

the screen next to the words “Uninstructed Delegation,” within the

party of his or her choice; or type in the name of the person of his or

her choice in the space provided for a write-in vote, within the party of

his or her choice.

AN ELECTOR MAY CAST ONE VOTE ONLY IN THE PRESIDENTIAL

PREFERENCE PRIMARY.

The vote shall not be cast in any other manner. Not more than five

minutes time shall be allowed inside a voting booth. Sample ballots or

other materials to assist the elector in marking his or her ballot may be

taken into the booth and copied. The sample ballot shall not be shown

to anyone so as to reveal how the ballot is marked.

If an elector spoils a paper or optical scan ballot, he or she shall

return it to an election official who shall issue another ballot in its

place, but not more than three ballots shall be issued to any one elector.

If the ballot has not been initialed by two inspectors or is defective

in any other way, the elector shall return it to the election official who

shall issue a proper ballot in its place. After the elector has cast his or

her vote, the elector shall leave the voting booth, properly deposit the

ballot, and promptly leave the polling place.

The elector may spoil a touch screen ballot at the voting station

before the ballot is cast.

After an official paper ballot is marked, it shall be folded so that the

inside marks do not show, but so the printed endorsements and

inspectors’ initials on the outside do show. After casting his or her

vote, the elector shall leave the booth, deposit his or her folded ballots

in the proper ballot box or deliver the ballots to an inspector for

deposit, and shall leave the polling place promptly.

After an official optical scan ballot is marked, it shall be inserted in

the security sleeve so the marks do not show. After casting his or her

vote, the elector shall insert the ballot in the voting device and discard

the sleeve. The elector shall leave the polling place promptly.

After an official touch screen ballot is cast, the elector shall leave the

polling place promptly.

An elector may select an individual to assist in casting his or her vote

if the elector declares to the presiding official that he or she is unable

to read, has difficulty reading, writing, or understanding English, or

that due to disability is unable to cast his or her ballot. The selected

individual rendering assistance may not be the elector’s employer or

an agent of that employer or an officer or agent of a labor organization

which represents the elector.

The following is a sample of the official ballots:

Lori J. O’Bright, Outagamie County Clerk


PAGE 2

NOTICE OF REFERENDUM

TOWN OF SEYMOUR

April 3, 2012

The Town Board of the Town of Seymour, Outagamie County, Wisconsin,

does hereby ordain as follows:

That, pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 60.30(1e)(a), the office of the clerk shall be

filled by appointment of a majority of the members-elect of the town board.

The term of office for the appointed position(s) shall be set by the town

board, but may not exceed 3 years per § 60.30(1e)(c). The town board may

re-appoint the officer(s) for additional terms. However, removal by the town

board during a given term of office may only be for “cause” as defined under

§ 17.001 and required by § 60.30(1e)(f).

This ordinance is subject to approval by the town electors in a referendum,

which is hereby called by the Town Board to be held at the spring election on

April 3, 2012. The referendum question(s) shall be:

“Shall the person holding the office of Town Clerk in the Town of Seymour

be appointed by the Town Board?” Yes No

The salary of the appointed position shall be set by the town board and may

not be reduced during the term of office.

This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after the date of its

town board passage, notice after passage per § 60.80 and also its referendum

approval by the town electors as required by § 60.30(1e)(b).

Adopted this 10th day of November, 2011.

Town of Seymour, Outagamie County, Wisconsin.

EXPLANATION

A “yes” answer to the above question will result in the position of Town

Clerk being appointed by the Town of Seymour Town Board. A “no”

answer to the above question will result in the Town Clerk being elected by

the electors.

NOTICE OF REFERENDUM

LITTLE CHUTE AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT

April 3, 2012

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at an election to be held in the Little

Chute Area School District on April 3, 2012, the following proposed Resolution

of the School Board will be submitted to a vote of the people:

"RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET TO

EXCEED REVENUE LIMIT FOR FIVE YEARS FOR NON-RECURRING

PURPOSES

BE IT RESOLVED by the School Board of the Little Chute Area School

District, Outagamie County, Wisconsin that the revenues included in the

School District budget be authorized to exceed the revenue limit specified in

Section 121.91, Wisconsin Statutes, by $355,000 for the 2012-2013 school

year through the 2014-2015 school year and $250,000 for the 2015-2016

school year through the 2016-2017 school year for non-recurring purposes

consisting of technology hardware, software and infrastructure.

Adopted and recorded January 16, 2012."

The question will appear on the ballot as follows:

"Shall the Little Chute Area School District, Outagamie County, Wisconsin

be authorized to exceed the revenue limit specified in Section 121.91,

Wisconsin Statutes, by $355,000 for the 2012-2013 school year through the

2014-2015 school year and $250,000 for the 2015-2016 school year through

the 2016-2017 school year for non-recurring purposes consisting of technology

hardware, software and infrastructure?" Yes No

EXPLANATORY STATEMENT AND EFFECT OF VOTE

The referendum election ballot will ask District electors to vote "yes" or

"no" on the referendum election question as set forth above.

A "yes" vote on the question is in favor of said Resolution and is a vote to

authorize the Little Chute Area School District budget to exceed the revenue

limit specified in Section 121.91, Wisconsin Statutes, by $355,000 for the

2012-2013 school year through the 2014-2015 school year and $250,000 for

the 2015-2016 school year through the 2016-2017 school year for non-recurring

purposes consisting of technology hardware, software and infrastructure.

A "no" vote on the question is opposed to said Resolution and is a vote

to deny the Little Chute Area School District budget the authority to exceed

the revenue limit specified in Section 121.91, Wisconsin Statutes, by

$355,000 for the 2012-2013 school year through the 2014-2015 school year

and $250,000 for the 2015-2016 school year through the 2016-2017 school

year for non-recurring purposes consisting of technology hardware, software

and infrastructure.

In the event a majority of the electors voting vote "Yes" on the question,

the District will be authorized to exceed the revenue limit specified in Section

121.91, Wisconsin Statutes, by $355,000 for the 2012-2013 school year

through the 2014-2015 school year and $250,000 for the 2015-2016 school

year through the 2016-2017 school year for non-recurring purposes consisting

of technology hardware, software and infrastructure; if a majority vote

"No" on the question set forth above, the District will not be so authorized.

NOTICE OF REFERENDUM

FOX VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE

DISTRICT, WISCONSIN

April 3, 2012

Notice is hereby given of a referendum to be held in the Fox Valley Technical

College District, Wisconsin (the “District”) on the 3rd day of April,

2012, at which the resolution of the District Board of the District as set out in

the sample ballot below will be submitted to a vote of the people.

“Shall the following initial resolution be approved?

AN INITIAL RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GEN-

ERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OR NOTES IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO

EXCEED $66,525,000

BE IT RESOLVED, by the District Board of the Fox Valley Technical

College District, Brown, Calumet, Manitowoc, Outagamie, Portage,

Shawano, Waupaca, Waushara, and Winnebago Counties, Wisconsin, that

there shall be issued, pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Wisconsin Statutes, general

obligation bonds or notes, in one or more series, in an aggregate principal

amount not to exceed $66,525,000 for the public purpose of the purchase or

construction of buildings and for additions, enlargements, and improvements

to buildings and for the acquisition of sites and equipment at District locations,

including, but not limited to, a new Public Safety Training Center to be

located adjacent to the Outagamie County Regional Airport, expansion of the

Appleton Main Campus Building with specific projects including additions

and improvements for Health Simulation and Technology, Student Success;

Transportation, and Agriculture; acquisition and expansion of the Chilton

Regional Center, purchasing land for future use adjacent to the Advanced

Manufacturing Technology Center in Oshkosh, and complete necessary site

improvements for all locations indicated above.” Yes No

EXPLANATION

A vote “YES” on the question will authorize and approve the issuance of the

aggregate principal amount of general obligation bonds or notes of the Fox

Valley Technical College District, Wisconsin. A vote “NO” on the question

will prohibit the issuance of the aggregate principal amount of general obligation

bonds or notes by the Fox Valley Technical College District, Wisconsin.

All offices are “Vote for One”

unless otherwise note

PRESIDENTIAL

PREFERENCE

REPUBLICAN PARTY:

Newt Gingrich

Jon Huntsman

Mitt Romney

Michele Bachmann

Ron Paul

Rick Santorum

Uninstructed delegation

DEMOCRATIC PARTY:

Barack Obama

Uninstructed delegation

Are You

Qualified

to Vote?

You may vote if:

• You are a United States Citizen;

• You are 18 years or older

today;

• You have lived here for 28 days

before this election;

and

• You are registered to vote

or are registering today.

You may not vote if:

• You have voted in this election

already.

• You are still required to report

to a probation or

parole officer because of a felony

conviction.

PLEASE NOTICE:

THE FOLLOWING

STATE and COUNTY

OFFICES APPEAR ON

ALL BALLOTS

UNLESS

OTHERWISE NOTED:

STATE OFFICES:

Calumet &

Winnebago County:

Court of Appeals Judge,

Dist. 2:

Richard S. Brown

Outagamie County:

Court of Appeals Judge,

Dist. 3:

Mark A. Mangerson

Calumet County:

Circuit Court:

Wayne Fulleylove-Krause

Jeffrey S. Froehlich

Outagamie County:

Circuit Court, Branch 4:

Greg Gill, Jr.

Circuit Court, Branch 6:

Dee R. Dyer

Circuit Court, Branch 7:

John A. Des Jardins

Winnebago County:

Circuit Court, Branch 1:

Thomas J. Gritton

Circuit Court, Branch 4:

Karen L. Seifert

SAMPLE BALLOT

for City of Appleton

CANDIDATE

LISTING FOR

SCHOOL

DISTRICTS:

APPLETON:

Vote for not more than Two:

John E. Mielke

John De Vantie

Kay S. Eggert

CLINTONVILLE:

Vote for not more than Three:

Pat Schley

Jim Dins

Lori Martin

Clyde Tellock

FREEEDOM – Area 1:

Vote for One:

Melissa Westemeier

Kevin Schuh

FREEEDOM – Area 3:

Vote for One:

Thomas J. Harke

HORTONVILLE:

Vote for One:

(Townships of Greenville

and Grand Chute)

Kristal Delbecchi

David Schlichting

Vote for One:

(Township of Center)

Willard Griesbach

KAUKAUNA:

Vote for not more than Two:

William A. Hastie

Sally Jo Feistel

Philip M. Kohne

Giovanna R. Feller

KIMBERLY:

Vote for not more than Three:

Charles Rundquist

Brad Siebers

Mary Valentyn Pribbenow

LITTLE CHUTE:

Vote for not more than Two:

Leon Biesterveld

Randy Sanders

MENASHA JOINT:

Vote for not more than Three:

Mark E. Mayer

Justin Duell

Steve L. Thompson

Eric Thiede

NEW LONDON:

Vote for not more than Three:

John Michels

Connie Neely

Jeremy J. Gorges

James Auer

PULASKI COMMUNITY:

Vote for One:

Zone 2-

Mark Wernicke

Vote for One:

Zone 5-

Robert P. Skalitzky

Vote for One:

Brian P. Vanden Heuvel

SEYMOUR COMMUNITY:

Vote for One:

Zone 3:

Laurie Bowers

Vote for One:

Zone 4:

Paula Rohm

SHIOCTON :

Vote not more than Two:

Mary Hoffman

Ray Gomm

WEST DEPERE:

Vote for One:

Thomas J. Van De Hei

WRIGHTSTOWN:

Vote for not more than Three:

Rick Roundy

George Buttke

Mike Van Eperen

Tom Eggert


OFFICE AND CANDIDATE LISTINGS

PAGE 3

MUNICIPAL

OFFICES

All offices are “Vote for

One” unless otherwise

noted

N OF BLACK

REEK

ards 1 & 2

o. Board Supervisor

istrict 34

Bob Weyenberg

Daniel G. Rettler

chool District: (See

chool District Listings

n page 2)

Seymour Com. School

istrict

Shiocton School District

OWN OF BOVINA

ard 2

o. Board Supervisor

istrict 34

Bob Weyenberg

Daniel G. Rettler

ard 1

o. Board Supervisor

istrict 36

Carl Anthony

chool District: (See

chool District Listings

n page 2)

Shiocton School District

N OF BUCHANAN

ard 5

o. Board Supervisor

istrict 6

Jim R. Mahan

ards 1, 4 & 6-9

o. Board Supervisor

istrict 8

Tony Krueger

ards 2 & 3

o. Board Supervisor

istrict 11

Lloyd DeGroot

Paul Hirte

own Supervisor #2:

Brian Lynch

own Supervisor #4:

Brian Starszak

chool District: (See

chool District Listings

n page 2)

Appleton Area School

istrict

Kaukauna Area School

istrict

Kimberly Area School

istrict

Wrightstown Area

chool Dst

OWN OF CENTER

ards 1 - 7

o. Board Supervisor

istrict 23

Nicholas Hofacker

Charles Kramer

own Board Supervisor

Vote for Not More than

)

Kenneth Van Handel

Wayne DeBruin

Greg Stingle

chool District: (See

chool District Listings

n page 2)

Freedom Area School

istrict,

Hortonville Area School

istrict

Seymour Community

chool District,

School District of

hiocton

OWN OF CICERO

ards 1 & 2

o. Board Supervisor

istrict 36

Carl Anthony

chool District: (See

chool District Listings

n page 2)

Seymour Community

chool District

OWN OF DALE

ards 1 - 2

o. Board Supervisor

istrict 30

Traci L. Martens

Shane Griesbach

ard 3

o. Board Supervisor

istrict 31

Ralph Thern

chool District: (See

chool District Listings

n page 2)

Hortonville Area School

ist

School District of New

ondon

TN OF DEER CREEK

Co. Board Supervisor

District 36

Carl Anthony

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Clintonville School

District

School District of New

London

School District of

Shiocton

TOWN OF

ELLINGTON

Wards 1, 2 & 4

Co. Board Supervisor

District 29

Bob Buchman

Ward 5

Co. Board Supervisor

District 31

Ralph Thern

Ward 3

Co. Board Supervisor

District 34

Bob Weyenberg

Daniel G. Rettler

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Hortonville Area School

Dist

School District of

Shiocton

TOWN OF FREEDOM

Wards 7 & 8

Co. Board Supervisor

District 23

Nicholas Hofacker

Charles Kramer

Wards 1 – 6

Co. Board Supervisor

District 32

Debra K. VanderHeiden

Mark Rahmlow

Town Board Supervisor

#2:

Mark Rahmlow

Dean Van Vreede

Town Board Supervisor

#4

Vernon Bowers

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Freedom Area School

District

TN OF GRAND CHUTE

Ward 11

Co. Board Supervisor

District 19

Yancy S. Grawien

Peter Stueck

Ward 15

Co. Board Supervisor

District 20

Mike Thomas

Ann Muenster

Ward 16

Co. Board Supervisor

District 21

Dan Buechel

Travis J. Thyssen

Ward 17

Co. Board Supervisor

District 22

Joy Hagen

Wards 1 - 4

Co. Board Supervisor

District 24

Jim Pleuss

Van J. Callies

Wards 5 - 7

Co. Board Supervisor

District 25

Jeff Nooyen

Nancy J. Christensen

Wards 8 - 10 & 14

Co. Board Supervisor

District 26

James W. Duncan

Wards 12 & 13

Co. Board Supervisor

District 27

Dean M. Culbertson

Alan M. Schmidt

Town Board Supervisor

#2:

Jim Pleuss

Town Board Supervisor

#4:

Bruce D. Sherman

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Appleton Area School

District

Hortonville Area School

Dist

TN OF GREENVILLE-

Wards 6 & 9

Co. Board Supervisor

District 27

Dean M. Culbertson

Alan M. Schmidt

Wards 1 - 5

Co. Board Supervisor

District 28

Ed Bush

Kevin M. Sturn

Wards 7 & 8

Co. Board Supervisor

District 29

Bob Buchman

Town Board Supervisor

(Vote for not more than

Two):

Andy Peters

Tom Becher

Al Perry

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Hortonville Area School

Dist

School District of New

London

TOWN OF

HORTONIA

Ward 2

Co. Board Supervisor

District 30

Traci L. Martens

Shane Griesbach

Ward 1

Co. Board Supervisor

District 31

Ralph Thern

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Hortonville Area School

Dist

School District of New

London

TOWN OF

KAUKAUNA

Ward 3

Co. Board Supervisor

District 10

Josh Karl

Ward 2

Co. Board Supervisor

District 32

Debra K. VanderHeiden

Mark Rahmlow

Ward 1

Co. Board Supervisor

District 33

Norman Austin

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Freedom Area School

District

Kaukauna Area School

District

Wrightstown School

District

TOWN OF LIBERTY

Co. Board Supervisor

District 31

Ralph Thern

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Hortonville Area School

Dist

School District of New

London

School District of

Shiocton

TOWN OF MAINE

Co. Board Supervisor

District 36

Carl Anthony

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Clintonville School

District

Seymour Community

Schl Dist

School District of

Shiocton

TN OF MAPLE

CREEK

Co. Board Supervisor

District 31

Ralph Thern

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

School District of New

London

School District of

Shiocton

TOWN OF ONEIDA

Wards 1 - 5

Co. Board Supervisor

District 33

Norman Austin

Ward 6

Co. Board Supervisor

District 35

Judith A. Schuette

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Freedom Area School

District,

Pulaski Com School

District,

Seymour Com School

District,

West DePere School

District

TOWN OF OSBORN

Wards 1 & 2

Co. Board Supervisor

District 34

Bob Weyenberg

Daniel G. Rettler

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Freedom Area School

District

Seymour Com School

District

TOWN OF SEYMOUR

Wards 1 & 2

Co. Board Supervisor

District 35

Judith A. Schuette

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Seymour Com School

District

Referendum: See insert

on Page 2 for question

and explanation

TN VANDENBROEK

Wards 1 & 3

Co. Board Supervisor

District 13

Jason Fischer

Leroy Van Asten

Ward 2

Co. Board Supervisor

District 14

Donald De Groot

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Kaukauna Area School

District

VIL OF BEAR CREEK

Co. Board Supervisor

District 36

Carl Anthony

Village Trustee:

(Vote for not more than

Three)

Lyle Suprise

Edwin Klegin

Leo Konrad

Chuck Jablonski

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Clintonville School

District

VIL OF BLACK

CREEK

Wards 1 & 2

Co. Board Supervisor

District 34

Bob Weyenberg

Daniel G. Rettler

Village Trustee:

(Vote for not more than

Three)

John Minlschmidt

Jennifer Sassman

Everett Wendt

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Seymour Com School

District

VIL OF

COMBINED LOCKS

Wards 1 - 4

Co. Board Supervisor

District 9

Marcia Trentlage

Village Trustees:

(Vote for not more than

Three)

Roger J. Kirch

James Ponto

Beth M. Sewall

Municipal Judge:

Stephen L. Smits

VIL OF COMBINED

LOCKS continued

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page2)

Kaukauna Area School

District

Kimberly Area School

District

VIL / HORTONVILLE

Wards 1 - 3

Co. Board Supervisor

District 30

Traci L. Martens

Shane Griesbach

Village Trustee:

(Vote for not more than

Three)

Al Habeck

Dawn M. Vollbrecht

Jeff Fassbender

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page __)

Hortonville Area School

Dist

VIL / KIMBERLY

Wards 1 –6

Co. Board Supervisor

District 7

Lee W. Hammen

Wards 7 & 8

Co. Board Supervisor

District 9

Marcia Trentlage

Village President:

Chuck Kuen

Village Trustee:

(Vote for not more than

Three)

Dave Hietpas

Marcia Trentlage

Tom Gaffney

Dave Opsteen

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Kimberly Area School

District

VIL OF

LITTLE CHUTE

Wards 6 & 12

Co. Board Supervisor

District 13

Jason Fischer

Leroy Van Asten

Wards 1 - 3, 9 - 11, 13

- 14

Co. Board Supervisor

District 14

Donald De Groot

Wards 4, 5, 7 & 8

Co. Board Supervisor

District 15

Ken Vanden Heuvel

Dan Schommer

Village Trustee:

(Vote for not more than

Three)

Tammy Frassetto

Brian Joosten

John Elrick

Larry Van Lankvelt

Jessica Schultz

James W. Hietpas

Municipal Judge:

Sue A. Hammen

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Appleton Area School

District

Kaukauna Area School

District

Little Chute Area School

Dist

Referendum: See insert

on Page 2 for question

and explanation

VILLAGE OF

NICHOLS

Co. Board Supervisor

District 36

Carl Anthony

Village Trustee:

(Vote for not more than

Two)

AJ Griesbach

Ben VanVleet

Claude Figlinski

Traci Bloedorn

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Seymour Com School

District

VIL OF SHIOCTON

Co. Board Supervisor

District 36

Carl Anthony

Village Trustee:

(Vote for not more than

Three)

Ruth C. Klitzke

Thomas J. Dawes, Sr.

Frank W. Verhagen

Eugene R. Bunnell

Municipal Judge:

Timothy J. Elliott

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

School District of

Shiocton

VIL/WRIGHTSTOWN

Ward 4

Co. Board Supervisor

District 32

Debra K. VanderHeiden

Mark Rahmlow

Village President:

Dean J. Erickson

Village Trustee:

(Vote for not more than

Three)

Larry Bousley

Karen Curry

Write-In

Municipal Judge:

Quinn P. Cavanaugh

John L. De Wane

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page __)

Wrightstown School

District

CITY OF APPLETON

Outagamie Co. Bd. Supervisor:

District 1 (Wards 1 & 2)

Tanya Rabec

Evan Borchardt

District 2 (Wards 3, 8 &

53)

Helen Nagler

Brian Farmer

Dist. 3 (Wards 29, 30, 48

& 57)

Charles R. Schmidt

Anne M. Strauch

District 4 (Wards 25, 33

& 34)

Peter Beckley

Katrin Patience

District 5 (Wards 7, 10,

11 & 24)

Howard Miller

Jerry Iverson

District 6 (Wards 6, 9 &

54)

Jim R. Mahan

District 16 (Wards 4, 17

& 37)

Jerry Roberts

Barney Lemanski

Dist. 17 (Wards 42, 43,

51 & 52)

Bill Recker

Kathy Groat

District 18 (Wards 35, 36

& 49)

Richard Gosse

Dist. 19 (Wards 27, 28,

55 & 56)

Yancy S. Grawien

Peter Stueck

District 20 (Wards 15, 16

& 50)

Mike Thomas

Ann Muenster

District 21 (Wards 19 &

20)

Dan Buechel

Travis J. Thyssen

District 22 (Wards 5, 18,

21, 38 & 39)

Joy Hagen

Dist. 23 (Wards 22, 23,

40, 41 & 58)

Nicholas Hofacker

Charles Kramer

Calumet Co. Bd. Supervisors:

District 1 (Ward 44)

Ron Green

Hope Karth

District 2 (Ward 26)

Write-In

District 3 (Ward 13)

Kevin Weinberger

Brian K. Leonhardt

District 4 (Wards 14 &

46)

Duaine Stillman

District 5 (Ward 45)

Matthew H. Budde

District 6 (Ward 12)

Dave La Shay

Winnebago Co. Bd.

Suprvrs:

District 26 (Wards 31 &

32)

Susan Locke

APPLETON, cont'd

Mayor:

Curt J. Konetzke

Timothy Hanna

City Attorney:

James P. Walsh

Alderperson, District 2:

Thomas M. Van Susteren

John Robin Hill

Alderperson, District 4:

Joe Martin

Jeff Lutz

Alderperson, District 6:

Greg Dannecker

Alderperson, District 8:

Kole Oswald

Alderperson, District 10:

Michael Smith

Jason J. Schmitz

Alderperson, District 12:

Cathy Spears

Tom Goehler

Alderperson, District 14:

Christopher W. Croatt

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Appleton Area School

District

Freedom Area School

District

Kimberly Area School

District

Menasha Joint School

District

CITY OF KAUKAUNA

Wards 3 - 5

Co. Board Supervisor

District 10

Josh Karl

Wards 9 & 10

Co. Board Supervisor

District 11

Lloyd DeGroot

Paul Hirte

Wards 6 - 8

Co. Board Supervisor

District 12

James H. Mc Daniel

Wards 1 & 2

Co. Board Supervisor

District 13

Jason Fischer

Leroy Van Asten

Mayor:

Gene Rosin

City Clerk/Treasurer:

Susan J. Duda

City Attorney:

Kevin W. Davidson

Gary J. Schmidt

Municipal Judge:

Eugene D. Schaefer

Ald. Dist. #1 – Wards 1,

2, and 3

Diana Driessen

Ald. Dist. #2 – Wards 4

and 5

Brenda Leon

Ald. Dist. #3 – Wards 6

and 7

Lee P. Meyerhofer

Ald. Dist. #4 – Wards 8,

9, and 10

Mike Coenen

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Kaukauna Area School

District

CITY / NEW LONDON

Wards 1 & 2

Outagamie County

Co. Board Supervisor

District 31

Ralph Thern

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

New London Com

School Dist

CITY OF SEYMOUR

Wards 1 - 6

Co. Board Supervisor

District 35

Judith A. Schuette

Mayor:

Judith A. Schuette

Alderperson, Wards 1

& 2:

Ryan L. Kraft

Alderperson, Wards 3

& 4:

Mary Greuel

Alderperson, Wards 5

& 6:

Perry D. Pierre

Municipal Judge:

Frank J. Lipp

School District: (See

School District Listings

on page 2)

Seymour Com School

Dist


PAGE 4

TOUCHSCREEN BALLOT

FOR ALL MUNICIPALITIES


date

listing

SAMPLE BALLOT

Towns of: Black Creek, Bovina, Cicero, Deer Creek, Liberty,

Maine, Maple Creek;

Villages of Bear Creek, Nichols, Shiocton.

SAMPLE BALLOT

Towns of Buchanan, Center, Dale, Ellington, Freedom, Grand

Chute, Greenville, Hortonia, Kaukauna, Oneida, Osborn,

Seymour, Vandenbroek

Villages of Black Creek, Combiend Locks, Hortonville, Kimberly,

Little Chute, Wrightstown, Ward 4

Citties of: Kaukauna, Seymour

POLLING PLACES AND HOURS

(7:00 A.M. TO 8:00 P.M.)

At the election to be held Tuesday, April 3, 2012 in the Towns, Villages and Cities of OUTAGAMIE COUNTY,

including the counties of Calumet and Winnebago in the City Appleton, the following polling locations and hours

will be used. If you have any questions concerning your polling place, please contact the municipal clerk listed for

your municipality.

TOWNS:

Black Creek - Karen Herman

984-1116

Town Hall, N6051

Twelve Corners Rd.

(between Wolf Rd. and Kluge Rd.)

Bovina - Charles Pluger

986-3289

Town Hall, N5289 Rexford Rd.

(corner of Cty. Rd. A

and Rexford Rd.)

Buchanan - Angela Gorall

734-8599

Town Hall, N178 Cty. Rd. N

(north of Cty. Rd. KK)

http://www.townofbuchanan.org

Center - Nancy J. Christensen

731-7229

Town Hall, N3990 State Road 47

(intersection of State Road 47

and County Road PP)

http://www.centerwi.com

Cicero - Michelle Burton

833-9735

Town Hall, N9195 Cty. Rd. X

(north of County Road VV)

http://www.townofcicerowi.com

Dale – Jenny DeZeeuw

779-4609

Municipal Building, W9641 US

Hwy. 96 (east of Dale)

http://www.townofdale.org

Deer Creek - Kenneth Everts

715-752-4877

Town Hall, W9698 County Road F

(corner of State Road 76 and

County Road F)

Ellington - Bonnie Fischer

757-5333

Municipal Building, N3802 State

Road 76 (corner of State Road 76

and Cty. Rd. S)

http://townofellington.org

Freedom - Barbara Seegers

788-4548

Town Hall & Fire Department,

W2004 Cty. Rd. S

(across from St. Nicholas School)

http://www.townoffreedom.org

Grand Chute -

Karen Weinschrott 832-1573

http://www.grandchute.net

Wards 1-3 -

Town Hall, 1900 W. Grand

Chute Blvd.

Wards 4-7 -

Appleton Alliance Church,

2693 W. Grand Chute Blvd.

Wards 8-11 -

Grand Chute Fire Station #2,

2920 W. Highview Dr.

Wards 12-14 -

Globe University, 5045 W.

Grande Market Dr.

Wards 15-17 -

The Community Church of

Appleton, 3701 N. Gillett St.

Greenville - Debbie Wagner

757-5151

Town Hall, W6860 Parkview Dr.

(off State Road 76)

http://www.townofgreenville.com

Hortonia - Lyn Neuenfeldt

216-0932

Town Fire Hall, 700 West Nye St.,

Hortonville

(in the Village of Hortonville)

http://townofhortonia.org

Kaukauna - Lynn Gerrits

759-1677

Town Hall, W780 Greiner Rd.

(1 mile east of County Road J)

http://www.townofkaukauna.org

Liberty – Heidi Thern

470-1400

Town Hall, N3918 Hollow Rd.

(corner of Cty. Rd. S

and Hollow Rd.)

http://www.townofl iberty.com

Maine - Lori Klevesahl

525-1150

Town Hall, N8551 State Road 187

(9 miles north of Shiocton)

Maple Creek - Lynette Gitter

982-5258

Town Hall, W10388 Cty. Rd. W

(1/2 mile east of Cty. Rd. D)

Oneida - Mary Olson

833-2211

Town Hall, N6593 Cty. Rd. H

(between Ranch Rd.

and Government Rd.)

Osborn - Darlene Schultz

833-2942

Community Center/Town Hall,

W3389 Cty. Rd. EE

http://townofosborn.com

Seymour – Lyn Leisgang

833-7961

Crystal Spring Golf Course,

N8055 French Rd.

(use the North entrance)

Vandenbroek - Cory Swedberg

850-1848

Community Center/Town Hall,

W2030 Cty. Rd. JJ

(corner of Hwy. 55

and Cty. Rd. JJ)

http://www.townofvandenbroek.org

VILLAGES:

Bear Creek - Betty Miller

715-752-4065

Village Hall/Fire Station,

109 Prospect St.

(across from park and church)

Black Creek -Rochelle Oskey

984-3295

Community Center,

507 S. Maple St.

http://www.villageofblackcreek.com

Combined Locks – Racquel

Shampo-Giese

788-7740

Civic Center, 405 Wallace St.

http://www.combinedlocks.org

Hortonville - Lynne Mischker

779-6011

Community Hall, 312 W. Main St.

(downstairs, use southwest entrance)

http://www.hortonvillewi.org

Kimberly - Rick Hermus

778-7500

Municipal Complex,

515 W. Kimberly Av.

http://www.vokimberly.org

Little Chute - Vicki Schneider

788-7380

http://www.littlechutewi.org

Wards 1, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11 & 14 –

Civic Center/Library Building,

625 Grand Av.

Wards 2, 6, 7, 8, 12 & 13 –

Village Hall, 108 W. Main St.

Nichols - Sherryl Pues

525-2717

Community Center, N9065 Krull Rd.

http://www.villageofnichols.com

Shiocton - Laurie Bunnell

986-3415

Village Hall, N5605 State Road 76

(meeting room)

http://www.shiocton.org

Wrightstown - Jean Brandt

532-5567

Village Hall; 352 High St

http://www.wrightstown.us

CITIES:

Appleton – Cindi Hesse

832-6447

See “Where Do I Vote?”

www.appleton.org

for voting information:

District 1 - Wards 1 & 2 -

First United Methodist Church,

325 E. Franklin St.,

Fellowship Hall – west side

District 2 - Wards 3, 4, 5 & 53 -

Emmanuel United Methodist

Church, 740 E. College Av.,

Fireside Room – main fl oor –

enter off N. Meade St.

or E. Washington St.

District 3 - Wards 6, 7, 54 & 59 -

Emmanuel Baptist Church,

2020 E. John St.,

Fellowship Hall – Lower Level

District 4 - Wards 8, 9 & 10 -

Alexander Gym,

1100 E South River St.,

Lawrence University

District 5 - Wards 11, 12, 13

& 14 -Prince of Peace Luther

an Church, 2330 E. Calumet

St., Community Room

District 6 - Wards 15, 16, 17

& 50 - Mt. Olive Ev. Lutheran

Church & School,

930 E. Florida Av., Atrium –

NW corner of church- enter off

N. Doris Ln.

District 7 - Wards 18, 19, 20,

21, 22 & 23 - Fox Valley

Lutheran High School,

5300 N. Meade St., Gymnasium

– East Entrance “D”

District 8 - Wards 24, 25 & 26 -

McKinley Elementary School,

1125 E. Taft Av.,

Small Gymnasium

District 9 - Wards 27, 28, 55 &

56 - St. Bernard Catholic

Church, 1617 W. Pine St.,

Parish Hall

District 10 - Wards 29, 30, 48

& 57 -St. Matthew Ev.

Lutheran Church, 129 S.

Mason St., Gymnasium– enter

off parking lot

District 11 - Wards 31, 32, 33

& 34 - Riverview Ev. Lutheran

Church & School,

136 W. Seymour St.,

Gymnasium

District 12 - Wards 35, 36 & 49 -

St. John United Church of Christ,

1130 W. Marquette St., Fellow

ship Hall – Enter off Lindbergh St.

District 13 - Wards 37, 38, 39,

40, 41 & 58 - Faith Lutheran

Church, 3100 E. Evergreen

Dr., Gymnasium – enter off N.

Providence Av.

District 14 - Wards 42, 43, 51

& 52 - St. Joseph Middle

School, 2626 N. Oneida St.,

Gymnasium Lobby – enter off

Northland Av.

District 15 - Wards 44, 45, 46

& 47 - Hope Lutheran Brethren

Church, 415 E. Hoover Av.

Kaukauna – Susan Duda

766-6300

Districts 1-4 (Wards 1-10) - Municipal

Services Building, 201 W.

Second St.

http://www.cityofkaukauna.com

New London – Sue Tennie

982-8500

Wards 1 & 2 - VFW Building, 305

E. Beckert Road,

(corner of Beckert Rd. & Division

St.)

http://www.newlondonwi.org

Additional polling information,

clerk publishes separately

Seymour - Susan Garsow

833-2209

Municipal Building,

328 N. Main St.

http://seymour.govoffi ce.com

ALL POLLING

PLACES ARE

ACCESSIBLE

TO ELDERLY AND

DISABLED VOTERS.

ALL POLLING

PLACES

ARE OPEN

7:00 A.M.

TO 8:00 P.M.

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