Fond du Lac County Board candidates prioritize business opportunities

Dayana Jones

FOND DU LAC – Voters will see choices in five Fond du Lac County Board races this spring — though one person on the ballot says she’s no longer running — and candidates’ priorities vary from financial and business issues to broadband and energy initiatives.

The county’s 25 supervisory district seats will be on the respective April 5 ballots, with several incumbents running unopposed.

With incumbent Martin F. Farrell not seeking reelection in District 1, Timothy Bachleitner and Kat Griffith will vie for his seat. Clint Kieler hopes to unseat incumbent Ken Depperman in District 10, and Scott Rodman will face off against Mitch Swanson for District 18 in place of incumbent Thomas M. Kitchen.

Tiffany Brault and Gabriel Cadena both seek incumbent Lisette Aldrich’s place in District 20, and Angela Luehring aims to take over for incumbent Marilyn Hammond in District 25.


https://www.fdlreporter.com/story/news/politics/elections/2022/03/17/fond-du-lac-county-board-candidates-prioritize-business-opportunities/9366027002/

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