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GREEN BAY CITY COUNCIL
BARB DORFF (I) is the Council Vice President and Chair of the City Finance Committee running for re-election. She is a retired educator.
JENNIFER GRANT concerned about crime and lowering property taxes.
JIM HUTCHISON is an environmental engineer and small business owner running for an open seat on the Council.
ANDY NICHOLSON former conservative alder for Green Bay.
LYNN GERLACH (I) is a communications professional, former educator, and an advocate for democracy running for re-election.
BILL MORGAN retired patrol sergeant campaigning on lowering crime.
NATALIE HOFFMAN is a substitute teacher in Green Bay School District and a progressive community organizer.
BILL GALVIN (I) former police officer and advocate for public health and safety.
CRAIG STEVENS (I) is a local real estatebusiness manager running for re-election.
ROBERT MACCAUX JR conservative political newcomer
ARON OBRECHT is a veteran and works for Operation Community Cares. He has
STEVEN CAMPBELL conservative newcomer also running for Brown County Board.
RANDY SCANNELL (I) is a community leader and former educator with a long history of progressive political organizing.
ROBERT J. MILLER a conservative newcomer.
TARL KNIGHT owns the Tarlton Theater in downtown Green Bay and is a leader in establishing a new, inclusive Shipyard Business District.
BRIAN JOHNSON (I) downtown business leader.
ERIC KUZMA is a children’s librarian who works at the downtown GreenBay branch of the Brown County Library.
MARK STEUER (I) five-term incumbent and former City Council person.
DE PERE CITY COUNCIL
PAMELA GANTZ is an election inspector in De Pere, a real estate agent, and a community leader working in homelessness prevention.
Kelly Ruh (I) Republican leader and fraudulent elector during the 2020 elections.
MIKE ESERKALN (I) is a small business leader and graduate of St. Norbert college running for re-election.
DEVON PEROCK conservative newcomer.