Menomonee Falls Voters Guide

Everything you need to know about the upcoming spring elections

Jan. 15, 2009

Election 2009

Voters will be casting ballots in municipal and School Board races in the April 7 election. has everything you need to know to make a decision in the upcoming races.

Below is the list of candidates in contested school and municipal races in Menomonee Falls. Races in which a primary election was necessary are noted with an asterisk (*). Incumbent candidates are designated with "(i)" next to their names. Unless otherwise noted, there is one open seat in each race listed.

Election Coverage

Staff stories from the newsrooms of Menomonee Falls NOW and the Journal Sentinel

Candidates answer budget, facilities questions at forum (April 2)
Village presidential debate focuses on taxes, luring business (April 2)
Voters guide: Menomonee Falls School Board race (March 26)
Menomonee Falls president candidates vary in approach (March 22)
Voters guide: Menomonee Falls village president race (March 19)
News & Notes: School Board, village president forums to be held (March 19)
Newman, Davis advance to April election after primary (Feb. 19)
Davis again running to be Falls village president (Feb. 15)
Polling sites (Feb. 12)
What's on the ballot? (Feb. 12)
Candidates share views on issues (Feb. 5)
Primary necessary to narrow village president field (Jan. 15)
Three candidates running for two School Board seats (Jan. 15)
Waukesha County primaries feature familiar names (Jan. 11)
Waukesha County likely to see heated races in spring elections (Jan. 8)
Falls village president to step down after two terms (Dec. 25)


Let's Talk Elections

Forum: What is on your mind this election season?



Village President*

• Jefferson Davis, N8630 Sheridan Drive, (262) 255-0893,
• Randy Newman, W15300 Stoneridge Drive, (262) 255-0183

Menomonee Falls School Board (2 seats)

• Kathy Shurilla (i), W16884 Pershing Ave., (262) 255-2634
• Anthony Poth, W14369 Northpoint Drive, (262) 251-4078
• David Noshay, N6701 Cedar Ridge Lane, (262) 437-7389


Polling Places

All polling locations are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. If you're not sure where to vote, visit Menomonee Falls' Web site.



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