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Voters in the North Shore will cast ballots for their local trustee, alderman, school board member, circuit court judge and state school superintendent in an election on Tuesday, April 4.

Milwaukee County voters will weigh in on County Executive Chris Abele's proposal for a $60 vehicle registration fee (wheel tax) to provide designated funding for transit and transportation-related projects. County voters will also choose between Scott Wales and Kristy Yang for Milwaukee County Circuit Court Branch 47.

Voters across the state will choose between state schools Superintendent Tony Evers and school choice advocate Lowell Holtz to head the state's Department of Public Instruction.
In addition to those races, here's what voters in each North Shore community can expect to see on their local ballot.

Bayside

Bayside Village President Samuel Dickman will be unopposed in his re-election bid, as will Bayside trustees Robb DeGraff and Dan Rosenfeld. In the Nicolet School Board election, incumbent Joseph Kasle, Glendale-River Hills School Board President Theresa Seem and UW-Milwaukee assistant professor Leigh Wallace Tabak are competing for two seats on the board. For voters in the Maple Dale-Indian Hill School District, incumbents Neil Mehta (incumbent), Stephen Largent (incumbent), Ryan Jenness (incumbent) and newcomer Sarah Miller are competing for three seats on the board. For voters in the Fox Point-Bayside School District, incumbent Debbie Roesner and newcomer Angela Walmsley will run unopposed.

Brown Deer

Julie Cook Quirk will run unopposed for one of two open seats on the Brown Deer Village Board. The second seat could be filled by the person who gets the most write-in votes. If no write-in ballots are received, or the write-in winner declines, the board will fill the vacancy through appointment or special election. Voters will be asked to choose two of the following three candidates for Brown Deer School Board: Todd Beadle, Rachael Fellers and Rahsaan Dunn, who said he is no longer interested in serving on the school board.

Fox Point 

Village Trustee Douglas Frazer and newcomer Gary Hollander are both vying for village president. Four candidates are running for two trustee seats. Incumbents Terry McGauran and Christine Symchych are seeking re-election, and newcomers Greg Ollman and Lorry Rifkin are hoping to join the board. In the Nicolet School Board election, incumbent Joseph Kasle, Glendale-River Hills School Board President Theresa Seem and UW-Milwaukee assistant professor Leigh Wallace Tabak are competing for two seats on the board. For voters in the Maple Dale-Indian Hill School District, incumbents Neil Mehta (incumbent), Stephen Largent (incumbent), Ryan Jenness (incumbent) and newcomer Sarah Miller are competing for three seats on the board. For voters in the Fox Point-Bayside School District, incumbent Debbie Roesner and newcomer Angela Walmsley will run unopposed.

Glendale 

Voters in Glendale's 1st Aldermanic District will choose between incumbent Bob Whitaker and Tomika Vukovic. Voters in Glendale's 5th Aldermanic District will choose between incumbent Izzy Goldberg and Steve Schmelzling. District 3 Alderman John Gelhard will run unopposed in his re-election bid.  In the Nicolet School Board election, incumbent Joseph Kasle, Glendale-River Hills School Board President Theresa Seem and UW-Milwaukee assistant professor Leigh Wallace Tabak are competing for two seats on the board. Gary Lippow will run unopposed for one available seat on the Glendale-River Hills School Board.

River Hills 

Four candidates are running for two seats on the River Hills Village Board. The candidates are Willard Walker (incumbent), Kurt Glaisner (incumbent), Ashok Kumar and Elfriede Engling. River Hills Village President Steve Anderson, who was appointed to the position in October, will run unopposed for re-election. In the Nicolet School Board election, incumbent Joseph Kasle, Glendale-River Hills School Board President Theresa Seem and UW-Milwaukee assistant professor Leigh Wallace Tabak are competing for two seats on the board. For voters in the Maple Dale-Indian Hill School District, incumbents Neil Mehta (incumbent), Stephen Largent (incumbent), Ryan Jenness (incumbent) and newcomer Sarah Miller are competing for three seats on the board. Gary Lippow will run unopposed for one available seat on the Glendale-River Hills School Board.

Shorewood Village Board

Three candidates are running for two seats on the Shorewood Village Board. Incumbents Michael Maher and Ann McKaig are running for re-election, and Jessica Carpenter is seeking to join the board. Three candidates are running for two seats on the Shorewood School Board. Paru Shah is running for re-election, and newcomers Emily Berry and Pablo Muirhead hope to join the board.

Whitefish Bay

Three candidates are seeking two seats on the Whitefish Bay School Board. Incumbent Douglas Armstrong is seeking re-election. W. Brett Christiansen and Friederike Lemaitre are hoping to join the board. Whitefish Bay Village President Julie Siegel is running unopposed for re-election, as are Whitefish Bay trustees Will Demet and Tara Serebin.

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