February 18, 2020 – Washington Co., WI – Unofficial election results are in for two primary races in Washington County.The polls closed at 8 p.m. and while there was a predicted turnout of about 10 percent in Washington County it appears the turnout may have exceeded 20 percent.There was a primary for Justice of the Supreme Court. Advancing to the April 7 election will be incumbent Justice Daniel Kelly and Jill J. Karofsky.
In Washington County Kelly received 75 percent of the vote while Karofsky received nearly 19 percent of the vote.
In the Slinger School District four candidates advance to the April election where there are two open seats on the Slinger School Board.
Candidates advancing to the April 7 election include Bruce Hassler (Incumbent and Vice-President), Jen Novotny, Jody Strupp, and David Zukowski (Interim Incumbent).
Candidates’ biographies are listed on the Slinger School District Homepage. Click HERE to read about the candidates.
A Community Forum will be held Tuesday, March 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the Slinger Middle School cafeteria. The forum is designed to provide community members an opportunity to meet the Slinger School Board candidates and ask questions about their candidacy.
April 7 is the election to determine who will gain the two seats on the Slinger School Board.
All results from the February 18 primary election in Washington County are available by clicking HERE
Canvassing for all results will occur before the end of the week.