Supervisor Robert Cole, Clerk Denise Graves and Treasurer Norman Schmidt ran unopposed and were reelected in Tuesday’s election.
There are two trustee spots available. On the Republican side, incumbent Thomas Hallman received 277 votes (93.9 percent) compared to write-in candidate Larry King, who received 18 votes (6.1 percent). On the Democrat side, incumbent Teresa Ciesielski received 250 votes (56.31 percent) compared to newcomer Bill VanKuren, who received 191 votes (43.02 percent).
Graves said all four trustee hopefuls will advance to the general election and the two with the most votes at that time will be elected to serve on the board.