Incumbents Wallop Challengers in Spring Election

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Matt Geiger

Sitting local candidates defeated their challengers across the board in Tuesday’s election.

In the Town of Middleton, Chair Milo Breunig, Seat 1 Supervisor Tim Roehl and Seat 2 Supervisor Bill Kolar all overcame spirited challengers and walked away with decisive victories. None of the challengers - Greg DiMiceli, Cynthia Richson and Troy Alton, respectively - crossed the 40 percent threshold.

In their race for a seat on the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School Board, incumbent Diane Hornung trounced Fred Zietz for the second time in a row. Teacher David Dahmen’s write-in campaign was little threat to the candidacy of sitting school board member Jim Greer in Area 1.


Town Chair

Milo Breunig (I): 66%

Greg DiMiceli: 34%


Town Supervisor 1

Tim Roehl (I): 62%

Cynthia Richson: 38%


Town Supervisor 2

Bill Kolar (I): 70%

Troy Alton: 30%


Area 1 School Board 

Jim Greer (I): 93%

David Dahmen (write-in): 7%


Area 3 School Board

Diane Hornung (I): 73%

Fred Zietz: 27%


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