Huber elected Prescott MayorMark Huber was easily elected Prescott's new Mayor Tuesday.
Mark Huber was easily elected Prescott's new Mayor Tuesday.
Huber defeated fellow challenger Diane House 430-319 to earn a two-year term. Incumbent Mayor Mike Hunter decided not to seek another term.
The Prescott Council will also have two new alderpersons as Joshua Gergen and Galen Seipel were elected, replacing Marissa Holst and Clair Eaton. David Hovel was reelected to the Council while Pat Eich returns as Municipal Judge.
In other local county elections:
On the Prescott School Board, April Schmitz and Mark Helmer were elected. Schmitz ran unopposed and will represent the City of Prescott while Helmer continues as the town of Oak Grove representative.
In Plum City, School Board incumbent Julie Gilles was defeated by Tom Stoudt 178-174 and on the Village Board incumbents Kent and Peggy Gilles were easily reelected.
In Spring Valley, incumbents ruled as Brian Wang and Peter Coyne were elected to the school board and Matt Huepfel, Dale Jacobson and Rich O' Connell each won another term for the village board.
In Elmwood, Rick Stoehr, Sue Dzubay and Trisha Knops were elected to the village board. Stoehr and Knops were incumbents while Dzubay is replacing Bruce Hartung, who didn't seek releection. On the school board, incumbents John Crownhart, Greg Nelson and Gabriel Weix were reelected.
Finally, Roger Erickson withstood the challenge from Fred Harding to remain a trustee on the Maiden Rock board.