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Ozaukee County Conservative Candidates: Spring 2024 Republican Voter Guide

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The 2024 Spring election is April 2nd. Click here to find out where to vote!
Here is a list of races and polling locations.

This list of 2024 Ozaukee County conservative candidates was put out by the Republican Party of Ozaukee County.

Wisconsin Spring 2024 Referendum Questions

YES to both.

QUESTION 1: “Use of private funds in election administration. Shall section 7 (1) of article III of the constitution be created to provide that private donations and grants may not be applied for, accepted, expended, or used in connection with the conduct of any primary, election, or referendum?” – Vote YES

QUESTION 2: “Election officials. Shall section 7 (2) of article III of the constitution be created to provide that only election officials designated by law may perform tasks in the conduct of primaries, elections, and referendums?” – Vote YES


2024 Spring Ozaukee County Conservative Candidates

*Please note the write-in candidates for Mequon/Thiensville School Board.

RPOC Spring 2024 Election Endorsements
First Name Last Name Campaign Committee Name City Status
David Krier Cedarburg Board of Education Cedarburg Incumbent
Kate Noetzel Cedarburg Board of Education Cedarburg Incumbent
Nicholas Silvaggi Cedarburg Board of Education Cedarburg Incumbent
Jerry Rossi Grafton School Board Grafton Incumbent
Shawn Taylor Grafton School Board Grafton Incumbent
Andrew Hopkins Mequon/Thiensville School Board Mequon Incumbent
Megan Heinzelman Mequon/Thiensville School Board Mequon WRITE-IN
Sergey Babakhanov Mequon/Thiensville School Board Mequon WRITE-IN
Nicole Conrad-Nelson PWSSD Board of Education Port Washington Challenger
Eric Armstrong PWSSD Board of Education Port Washington Challenger
Barbara Jobs Ozaukee County Board D03 Saukville Incumbent
Doug Johnson Ozaukee County Board D10 Grafton Replacing
Donald Clark Ozaukee County Board D5 Saukville Incumbent
Shannon Whitworth Ozaukee County Board D16 Cedarburg Incumbent
Jack Arnett Ozaukee County Board D17 Cedarburg Challenger
Dan Eastman Ozaukee County Board D19 Mequon Challenger
Michelle Godden Ozaukee County Board D20 Mequon Incumbent
James Krane Ozaukee County Board D24 Mequon Incumbent
Amy Luft Trustee Village of Grafton Incumbent
Andrew Schwartz Trustee Village of Grafton Challenger
Russ Lauer Common Council Town of Cedarburg Incumbent
Paul Neumyer Common Council City of Port Washington Incumbent
Daniel Benning Common Council City of Port Washington Incumbent
Patrick Tearney Common Council City of Port Washington Incumbent

Ozaukee county conservative candidates


 

Ozaukee County, one of the suburban counties surrounding Milwaukee, has a long history of being a Republican stronghold. Political observers have noted that in recent election cycles, Ozaukee County has voted Republican in both state and federal races. This is expected to continue into the 2022 midterms as well. Suburban Republican voters make up a large majority of the county’s voting population. Live election results from TMJ4 News will show whether or not this trend holds true for the county during this upcoming election cycle. Overall, Ozaukee County is likely to remain a stronghold for Republican voters in both state and federal races during the 2022 midterms.  

Total turnout in Ozaukee County in the 2022 midterms was 81.07%, according to the unofficial results.” 


    “As one of the suburban counties surrounding Milwaukee, Ozaukee County is a Republican stronghold in U.S. presidential elections, having voted Republican in all elections (except one) since 1940.” 1

Ozaukee County is one of the three “WOW” counties — Washington, Ozaukee and Waukesha — that surround Milwaukee County.” 0

In recent election cycles, Ozaukee County has voted to re-elect a third republican to their fourth consecutive term in the 8th State Senate district. This is an impressive streak that has been going on for three decades, covering southern Ozaukee County and parts of suburban Milwaukee. The 60th Assembly district also covers part of Washington County, making it one of the few districts in Wisconsin that crosses county lines. At the federal level, citizens vote for two U.S. representatives and one senator who represent all of Wisconsin in Washington D.C.. On the ballot come spring 2023 will be all three candidates running for office as well as any other ballot initiatives or referendums as needed by voters across the county’s municipalities and villages. As a safe Republican district with a high voter turnout rate historically, it is likely that Ozaukee County will continue its streak come election time in April 2023 with both incumbent Republicans running unopposed from either party so far this cycle.    Show Source Texts

Ozaukee County, according to Forbes Magazine, ranks number 64 on their list of the best places to live in America and is known for its high graduation rates and low crime rates. It’s no surprise then that it also has one of the highest voter turnout rates out of all counties in Wisconsin. In 2016, over 75% of voters cast ballots in both state and national races- 5% higher than the statewide average. This percentage is even higher among those living within the numerous school districts located within Ozaukee County’s borders.    Show Source Texts

Ozaukee County Election Information provides information on absentee ballots, candidate races, election day and qualified electors. The information is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to influence the outcome of any candidate race or political party. The 2020 General Election will be held April 4. The Wisconsin Supreme Court is expected to determine the candidates who will appear on the ballot in each of Wisconsin’s 72 counties. It is important for all qualified electors to know that they have a place in this process and can make their voices heard by voting. 

Jim Piwowarczykhttps://www.wisconsinrightnow.com/
Jim Piwowarczyk is an investigative journalist and co-founder of Wisconsin Right Now.
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