In a Facebook post Tuesday evening, Fliss wrote: “We did it!! We made it through to the general election. THANK YOU! Thank You! Thank you for getting out and voting! There are no words to express our gratitude for the thoughts, donations, time, prayers and encouragement that got me here. Now let’s go get the general election” followed by a U.S. flag emoji and #teamfliss.
Czaplewski wrote in a Facebook post of his own: “It’s official, I am moving on to the spring election. Thanks for all the support, and I look forward to littering your yards with more signs soon!”
Novasic also wrote: “Not my time. I Learned a lot about local politics. It was interesting. Looking forward to my next run. Thanks to all my supporters.”
In the spring election that concludes with an April 6 Election Day, Jeff Lang and Matthew Allan Snorek will be facing off for Town of Burlington chairman. Steve Swantz, District 1’s incumbent, is running unopposed.
An officer spoke with a witness who said the two men were arguing and pushing each other near the construction site of the new Karcher Middle School. When one man got into a truck, the other man threw a brick at the truck, according to the witness. Then, the man in the truck allegedly swerved toward the victim, striking him, and then backed up and drove over him a second time before leaving.
One of the races Racine County voters will be deciding on April 6 is that of the Wisconsin Appellate Court, District II. Incumbent Jeff Davis looks to be elected in his own right after appointment. Grogan looks to jump from City of Muskego judge to appellate court.
Separated by a makeshift window to avoid spreading the COVID-19 virus, Town of Burlington voter Tom Coleman, left, signs up with poll worker Pat Barczak to cast his ballot at the town hall Tuesday during the spring primary.