Incumbents fared well in Fox Cities primary election races – Post
<!–Saxotech Paragraph Count: 3
Incumbents generally fared well in Fox Cities primary election races on Tuesday, with the survivors advancing to the April 3 nonpartisan election.
Leading the way was Appleton Mayor Tim Hanna, who advanced along with Ald. Curt Konetzke, while challenger Don Geenen was eliminated in the mayoral primary.
In other races:
» Appleton: Joe Martin races:and incumbent Jeff Lutz advanced in the District 4 aldermanic race. Megan Pickett placed third and was eliminated.
Incumbent Michael Smith and Jason Schmitz advanced in the District 10 aldermanic race. Marcus Molenda placed third and was eliminated.
» Little Chute: Former Trustee Steven Ransbottom was eliminated in a seven-way primary for the Village Board. He received the fewest votes. The top six finishers advanced to the April 3 election, where voters will elect three trustees. Larry Van Lankvelt, a member of the village’s water commission, was the leading vote-getter, followed by incumbents Tammy Frassetto and James Hietpas.
» Outagamie County: Paul Hirte and Lloyd |DeGroot advanced in the District 11 supervisor race. Mark McAndrews was eliminated.
Barney Lemanski and Jerry Roberts advanced in the District 16 supervisor race. John Mueller was eliminated.
» Freedom school board: Incumbent Kevin Schuh and Melissa Westemeier were the top vote-getters and advanced to the April 3 election for a Freedom-Appleton-Osborn seat on the Freedom school board. Brian Brozewski finished third and was eliminated.
» Hortonville school board: Incumbent Bill Murphy was ousted in the race for a Greenville-Grand Chute seat on the Hortonville school board. Murphy was a close third behind Kristal Delbecchi, who advanced with top vote-getter David Schlichting to the April 3 election.
Related news :