2019 ELECTIONS IN MENOMONEE FALLS
In 2019, Menomonee Falls voters took to the polls and elected a Wisconsin Supreme Court justice, Menomonee Falls Village Board trustees, and Menomonee Falls School Board members.
Click here for information on the 2020 elections, including the February spring primary, April spring general election, and November general election.
2019 WISCONSIN SUPREME COURT ELECTION
Wisconsin elected a Supreme Court Justice this Spring Election to replace outgoing veteran Justice Shirley Abrahamson. The Supreme Court is nonpartisan, however, each party typically votes for the judge closest to their values. Justice Abrahamson generally aligned more with those on the left than the right.
The candidates for Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court were:
The election was held April 2, 2019. See how Menomonee Falls voted.
2019 VILLAGE OF MENOMONEE FALLS TRUSTEES
Eight Menomonee Falls Village Board trustee candidates competed in the April 2nd Spring Election. Four open trustee were up for election. Overall, all candidates leaned conservative.
Tim Newman vs. Brian Schneider
Jeremy Walz (incumbent) vs. Bryant Divelbiss
Bonnie Lemmer (incumbent) vs. Steve Taggart
Paul Tadda (incumbent) vs. Kevel Anderson
Several seats on the Menomonee Falls School Board were also up for election. There were four people running for those seats.
Lowell William Kellogg
Faith M. Vanderhorst
Here is a Sample Ballot seen at the polls during the Spring 2019 elections.
WHERE TO VOTE IN MENOMONEE FALLS
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