The candidate field for the Whitefish Bay Village Board is down to four, and newcomer Robert Crawford is out of the running.
After the Feb. 19 primary, incumbent Jay Miller and newcomers Carl Fuda, Kevin McMahon, and Ken Wysocky advance to the April 2 election and will vie for two seats currently held by Miller and James Roemer, who has filed noncandidacy.
Almost 2,900 Whitefish Bay voters cast ballots in the trustee race, and the primary drew a 21 percent turnout of Whitefish Bay’s 10,306 registered voters.
Trustees serve three-year terms and earn $600 annually.
Unofficial results are:
Jay Miller (i) 889
Carl J. Fuda 812
Kevin McMahon 444
Ken Wysocky 422
Robert Crawford 295
Election results remain unofficial until they are certified by the board of canvassers.
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