All seats up for election Tuesday, April 4, for four area school districts and the city of Prairie du Chien, are unopposed. However, a few newcomers’ names will appear on the ballot.
The non-partisan office of state superintendent of public instruction pits incumbent Tony Evers and Lowell Holtz against one another, while the justice of the supreme court and the district 4 court of appeals judge seats, which are both unopposed, will require voter selection as well. There are no seats up for election on the Crawford County Board of Supervisors and no election for county offices for this spring election.
All polling places for all wards in Prairie du Chien will be located at Hoffman Hall, 1600 South Wacouta Ave. Polling places will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
In the Prairie du Chien School District, Kyle Kozelka is the school board incumbent and the only person who will be listed on the ballot.