It's Election Day! Here's what you need to know.

Green Bay residents vote in the spring general election on April 4, 2023, at the Green Bay Botanical Garden.
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Here's your guide to the April 4 spring general election in the Green Bay area. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

There are lots of resources for voters at You can:

Here's the list of contested races for Green Bay-area voters

(i) denotes incumbent

State Supreme Court Justice

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State of Wisconsin Conditions of Release Before Conviction Referendum

Conditions of release before conviction. Shall section 8 (2) of article I of the constitution be amended to allow a court to impose on an accused person being released before conviction conditions that are designed to protect the community from serious harm?

State of Wisconsin Cash Bail Before Conviction Referendum

Cash bail before conviction. Shall section 8 (2) of article I of the constitution be amended to allow a court to impose cash bail on a person accused of a violent crime based on the totality of the circumstances, including the accused’s previous convictions for a violent crime, the probability that the accused will fail to appear, the need to protect the community from serious harm and prevent witness intimidation, and potential affirmative defenses?

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State of Wisconsin Welfare Benefits Referendum

Shall able-bodied, childless adults be required to look for work in order to receive taxpayer-funded welfare benefits?

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Green Bay mayor

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Green Bay School Board (two seats)

  • Laura McCoy (i), Paul Boucher, Lynn Gerlach, Noah Becker

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Ashwaubenon School District Referendum

Shall the Ashwaubenon School District, Brown County, Wisconsin be authorized to exceed the revenue limit specified in Section 121.91, Wisconsin Statutes, by $3,900,000 per year for five years, beginning with the 2023-2024 school year and ending with the 2027-2028 school year, for non-recurring purposes consisting of operational and maintenance expenses?

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De Pere City Council

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De Pere School Board (two seats)

  • Jeff Dickert, Wolf Hindrichs, Mark Meneau, Melissa Niffenegger

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Pulaski School Board

  • Zone 6 (Village of Hobart, town of Oneida): Heidi Melzer (i), Corey Juelich

  • Zone 2 (Towns of Chase, Little Suamico, Morgan): Alisa Anderson (i), Dennis Kaminski

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West De Pere School Board (two seats)

  • Jenni Fuss (i), Joe Bergner (i), Jason Dorn, Justin Czachor

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Allouez Village Board (three seats)

  • Jim Genrich (i), Matthew Harris (i), Charles C. Leiterman, Christopher Sampson (i)

Hobart Village President

  • Rich Heidel (i), Jody Hakes

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Hobart Village Board (two seats)

  • Tim Carpenter (i), Dave Dillenburg (i), Donna Severson

Howard Village President

  • Burt R. McIntyre (i), John David Kopp

More: In Howard, incumbent Burt McIntyre, challenger J.D. Kopp to face off April 4 for village president's post

Howard Village Board

  • District 7: Adam Lemorande (i), Logan Bruntz

Howard Referendum

Under state law, the increase in the levy of the Village of Howard for the tax to be imposed for the next fiscal year, 2024, is limited to 2.0%, which results in a levy of approximately $8,208,200. Shall the Village of Howard be allowed to exceed this limit and increase the levy for the next fiscal year, 2024, for the purpose of additional police and fire protection and rescue/ambulance services, by a total of 9.3%, which would result in a levy of $8,973,200, and on an ongoing basis, include the increase of $765,000 for each fiscal year going forward.

Pulaski Municipal Judge

  • Paul F. Grunert, Mark J. Hendzel

Lawrence Town Board (two seats)

  • William Bain, Allen Farvour, Lori Frigo


Gibraltar School District Referendum

Shall the School District of Gibraltar Area, Door County, Wisconsin be authorized to issue pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Wisconsin Statutes, general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $29,800,000 for the public purpose of paying the cost of a District-wide school facility improvement project at the school building and site consisting of: renovations, safety and security, building infrastructure and building systems improvements; construction of additions for classrooms, offices and a replacement gymnasium; removal and replacement of older portions of the school building; site improvements; and acquisition of furnishings, fixtures and equipment?

Washington Island School District Referendum

Shall the following Resolution be approved? Be it resolved by the School Board of Washington Island School District, Door County, Wisconsin, that the revenues included in the Washington Island School District budget be authorized to exceed the revenue limit specified in Section 121.91, Wisconsin Statutes, by $935,000 for the 2023-2024 school year and by $935,000 for the 2024-2025 school year for non-recurring purposes of paying the ongoing operational expenses of the school district.

Sister Bay Village Board (three seats)

  • Patrice Champeau, Vivian Nienow, Lilly Orozco, Andrew Torcivia, Alison Werner, Sarah White

Egg Harbor Referendum

Should the Town of Egg Harbor have town wide garbage and recycling curbside pick-up for residential units?

Gardner Town Chair

  • Carl Waterstreet (i), Paul DeWitt

Gardner Supervisor 1

  • Glen Merkle (i), Keitha McDonald

Gardner Supervisor 2

  • Mark Lentz (i), Mike Marchant

Gibraltar Town Board (two seats)

  • Brian Merkel (i), Thomas M. Birmingham, Vinni Chomeau, John Selenica

Nasewaupee Supervisor 1

  • Mark Hilsabeck, Bill Krueger

Nasewaupee Supervisor 2

  • Don Sixel (i), Mark Feuerstein

Nasewaupee Supervisor 3

  • Gene LaPlante, Tim Smith

Forestville Town Chair

  • Larry Huber (i), Kevin J. Guilette

Baileys Harbor Town Chair

  • Don Sitte (i), David Eliot

Liberty Grove Town Chair

  • John Lowry (i), Janet Johnson

Washington Supervisor (two seats)

  • Martin Andersen (i), John Jessen, Valerie Carpenter, Margaret Foss


West Kewaunee Town Chair

  • Dan Kassner (i), Milt Swagel

Kewaunee Common Council

  • District 3: Robin Nelson (i), Joe Mills

Luxemburg Village Board (three seats)

  • Dan Rueckl (i), Ronald Tlachac (i), Mike Faltynski, Mark Fort, Bob Seidl

Lincoln Supervisor 1

  • Jordan Nowak (i), David Routhieaux

Lincoln Supervisor 2

  • Brent Eisenman (i), Tony Strnad


Little Suamico Town Chairperson

  • Dale Mohr, David E. Pribyl

Little Suamico Supervisor (two seats)

  • Liz Paape, Tracey Krumrei, David E. Pribyl, Douglas L. Allen Sr.

Oconto Municipal Judge

  • Cheryl A. Young, Steve Brazeau

Oconto Alderperson at Large (two seats)

  • Garrett Sowle, Bob J. LeBreck, Riley Sowle, Rachel L. Demerath

Suring Village Trustee (three seats)

  • Terry Bengtson, James F. Kohlwey, Amber Wozniak, Mark Dudenhoeffer, Tina Nieling

Abrams Town Supervisor (two seats)

  • Debbie Annie Winans, Bonnio Hearley, Dennis R. Ferdon, Ben Huempfner

Breed Town Chairperson

  • Deven Babicky, Phillip Christenson

Breed Town Treasurer

  • Ethel Firgens, Mary Beth Ascher

Little River Town Supervisor 2

  • Timothy A. Goldschmidt, Darlene Bourassa

Riverview Town Board (two seats)

  • Tawny Booth, Michael Rzepka, David R. Szepanski, Dave Van Zeeland

Townsend Chairperson

  • Carla Rae Van Camp, Monica M. Zeller

Oconto Falls School Board (two seats)

  • Emilie Trudell, Ginny O'Harrow, Carrie Hill

Peshtigo School Board

  • Seat 5: Miranda L. Seefeldt, Michael Fifarek

  • Seat 6: Jon Kukuk, Adam Buyarski

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This article originally appeared on Green Bay Press-Gazette: Green Bay-area guide to Wisconsin spring election: Here's what to know