Filling a hole or two
Nine people have applied to fill the late Andrew Kallin’s County Supervisor seat, according to the Waukesha Freeman:
Among the people interested in the seat are Waukesha Alderman Joe La Porte and city clerk/treasurer Thomas Neill.
Also included on the list of candidates are:
Sterling Lynk, a retirement planner, who has filed nomination papers with the State Elections Board as a Democrat to run for the 98th Assembly District seat formerly held by Scott Jensen
Michael Hodson, a former senior account manager with the Hewlett Packard Co. in Milwaukee
Donald Richmond, who has volunteered in the city and at the national level
Roger Patton, a 30-year resident of Waukesha County and part-time real estate broker with the Stewart Agency of Century 21
Steven Wimmer, a resident of Waukesha County for more than 40 years and a partner in the law firm Wimmer and Coon LLP
Susan Michna, a 2003 Carroll College graduate who worked as an intern for Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Wis., and was a campaign worker for state Rep. Mark Gundrum, RNew Berlin, and Scott Jensen
Doreen Wigderson, an employee at U.S. Bancorp.
A reporter for the Waukesha Freeman called the beautiful Mrs. Wigderson at home last night, but we were at the state fair celebrating our 7th wedding anniversary.
The Waukesha Freeman also reports three people have applied to fill the vacancy on the City of Waukesha Common Council:
Harlan Clinkenbeard, a self-employed community planning and design consultant
Frank Remfrey, a retired history teacher formerly employed at Waukesha West High School
Paul Ybarra, vice president of sales and marketing for BBR Wireless Management
Waukesha Common Council members are set to interview the candidates at their next meeting Aug. 15. The district’s three-year term expires in April.