Sheboygan County spring 2023 election candidates, ballot, how to … – Sheboygan Press

SHEBOYGAN – All Sheboygan city council and school board seats up for election are contested, as are two Sheboygan County Circuit Court Judge positions.
One city council seat in Sheboygan Falls and one in Plymouth could be won by write-in candidates, since the incumbents are not seeking re-election and no candidates filed nomination papers to appear on the ballot.
A primary election for the Sheboygan Area School District will be Feb. 21. No primary is needed in Plymouth or Sheboygan Falls.
The spring election is April 4.
The Sheboygan Press compiled a list of candidates running for office. The list contains a mix of contested and uncontested races.
Sheboygan County Circuit Court Judges (six-year term). Three of five seats are up for election.
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City council (two-year term). Five of 10 seats are up for election.
City attorney (four-year term)
City clerk (four-year term)
Sheboygan Area School District board (three-year term). Three of the nine seats are up for election.
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Town of Sheboygan Board (three-year term). Three of five seats are up for election.
City council (two-year term). Four of eight seats are up for election.
Municipal judge (two-year term)
This story will be updated with candidates for two seats up for election on the Plymouth Joint School District board.
City council (two-year term). Three of six seats are up for election.
Sheboygan Falls School District board (three-year term). Two of seven seats are up for election.
To vote, people must be registered and present a photo ID. People can register to vote online at or in person at their municipal clerk’s office.
In-person voting will take place from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the Feb. 21 primary election as well as for the April 4 election.
Voters can also call their municipal clerk’s office to find out dates, hours and locations of early voting. Registered voters can request an absentee ballot online at, which must be returned by 8 p.m. on election day.
People must vote at the polling location of the ward in which they live. As a result of redistricting, some wards may have changed. People can determine their voting location at or by calling their municipal clerk.
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