2022 is an election year in Brown County. Wisconsin will have Spring elections for local nonpartisan offices. And in the fall, state and federal offices are up for election — which will determine control of the State Legislature and Congress.
Would you like to run for office? That is the question to ask your friends, family and neighbors starting now. The filing deadline for Spring is coming up soon, and Fall candidates are starting their campaigns. Our members are happy to answer questions about what it takes to run a campaign for office. We need leaders like you to step up for democracy. Fill out our candidate interest form to get connected.
Spring Election: Tuesday, April 5, 2022
Primary (if needed): Tuesday, February 15, 2022
Deadline to file: 5pm, January 4, 2022
Oversees K-12 public education in your school district.
Oversees county budget, which funds local health and human services and community education and recreation in the county.
All Brown County Board of Supervisors are up in Spring 2022, see the map.
Contact the County Clerk for filing instructions: (920) 448-4016, https://www.browncountywi.gov/departments/county-clerk/general-information/email/
City and Village Councils
Oversees municipal staff and budgets and guides local development.
Howard Village Board – Trustees in District 3 Wards 5-6 (Cathy Hughes), District 4 Wards 7-8 (John Muraski), District 5 Wards 9-10 (Scott Beyer), and District 6 Wards 11-12 (Raymond Suennen). Clerk: Chris Haltom, CHaltom@villageofhoward.com
Bellevue Clerk: Pam Cornelius, 920-593-1697
Wrightstown Clerk: Michelle Seidl, 920-532-5567 ext 12
Fall Election: Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Primary: Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Candidates should get ready to file by May 2022
U.S. House of Representatives, Congressional District 8
Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers (D) and Lieutenant Governor
Attorney General Josh Kaul (D)
Secretary of State
State Senate District 1
All State Assembly Districts
County Clerk of Courts