Election News

UNTIL SPRING 2022 ELECTION!

District 3 Alderman Special Election

There will be a Special Election on September 21, 2021, in the City of Oconomowoc for the position of District 3 Alderman. OCR has been working to identify a qualified candidate to support as we work toward building a community of civically engaged citizens represented by leaders who share our character, conservative values, and commitment to a prosperous Oconomowoc.

We are happy to announce that a couple of intelligent, capable, and solid conservatives stepped forward to take on this challenge! Members of our team met with the potential candidates and feel confident in the decision that the potential candidates made regarding who will run for this position. We look forward to sharing all of the details once this candidate publicly announces their intent to run.

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WE ARE LOOKING FOR CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATES

Our Mission is to build a community of civically engaged citizens represented by leaders who share their character, conservative values, and commitment to a prosperous Oconomowoc.

An election will be held on Tuesday, April 5, 2022, the following offices are to be elected to succeed the present incumbents listed below.

 

Oconomowoc Board of Education

  • Kim Herro, School Board Member-at-Large

  • Scott Roehl, School Board Member-at-Large​​

 

Oconomowoc Common Council Candidates (running unopposed):

  • Matt Mulder - District 1

  • Charles Schellpeper -  District 2

  • Matt Rosek - District 3

  • John Zapfel - District 4

Election & Voting Details

Election Day - Tuesday, April 5, 2022

In-person at your local polling location from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Find your polling location below.

Please visit the City of Oconomowoc Elections Web Page for more detailed information on voting.