GRAND CHUTE – Voters will choose a majority of the Town Board in the April 4 election.
Incumbent Town Chair Jason Van Eperen faces a challenge from former Town Chair Dave Schowalter in a repeat of the 2021 election.
Incumbent Ron Wolff and challenger Tim Bantes will battle for the Supervisor 1 seat, and incumbent Walt Nocito and challenger Beth English will compete for the Supervisor 3 seat.
Van Eperen, Wolff and Nocito were among the majority of the board that recently decided to eliminate special assessments on abutting property owners to help pay for road improvements in the town. Their reelection campaigns have celebrated the move. Their opponents have raised questions about it.
The winners will earn a two-year term on the board.
As part of The Post-Crescent’s election coverage, the candidates were asked to complete a questionnaire to explain why they are running for office, what makes them the better candidate and how they would address the most important issues facing the town. Their answers are published below, with one exception.
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