SHEBOYGAN — Incumbent aldermen Todd Wolf and Jim Bohren were the top vote-getters in their respective Sheboygan aldermatic primaries Tuesday.
In unofficial election results released by the Sheboygan County Clerk’s Office, Belanger and Todd Wolf will move onto the April 3rd spring election for the city’s 2nd Aldermatic District seat. Wolf came out on top with 202 votes over Belanger’s 133 votes. Mike Damrow, who informed Wolf and Belanger that he would not “actively” campaign, received 57 votes.
In District 10, Jim Bohren easily blew past two challengers. According to election results, he received 270 votes compared to Peggy Rothe‘s 67 votes and Cody Gabrielson‘s 43 votes. Gabrielson refused to participate in MySheboygan’s election coverage, declining requests for a video interview and responses to a Candidate Profile.
Bohren, who is likely to return to the Common Council, will face Rothe in the spring election.
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