Several upsets have taken place in Sturtevant, Caledonia, one aldermanic race in Racine, and Mount Pleasant where the incumbents  lost their seat. Long-time Village President Steve Jansen lost against Jayme Hoffman. Mike Rosenbaum, Mark Villalpando, and John Johnson made the cut for Sturtevant Village Trustee. Mount Pleasant Village President Jerry Garski lost against David DeGroot, who also won his seat for village trustee. Here are the latest election results for the 2017 Spring election. Please keep checking back for more results. City of Racine Referendum Yes 3,597 No 858 State Superintendent Tony Evers 12,793 Lowell E. Holtz 8,164 Caledonia Village Trustee Jay Benkowski 1,244 David Prott 1,164 Elmwood Park Village President Ellis Steiner 44 Kathleen J. Wells 80 Elmwood Park Village Trustee Kathleen J. Wells 98 Laura Rude 101 Ernie S. Rossi 105 Mount Pleasant Village President Jerry Garski  1,636 David DeGroot  2,156 Mount Pleasant Village Trustee No. 1 Charles Haakma 1,327 John C. Hewitt 2,300 Mount Pleasant Village Trustee No. 3 Sonny Havn 1,923 Dale Steger 1,767 Mount Pleasant Village Trustee No. 5 John Martini 1,788 David DeGroot 1,939 Racine Alderperson, District No. 1 Jeff Coe 134 Cortney Marshall 82 Racine Alderperson, District No. 3  Michael D. Shields 179 John Tate, II 184 Racine Alderperson, District No. 5   David Ley 100 Steve Smetana 351 Racine Alderperson, District No. 7 Raymond J. DeHahn 231 Eric L. Mohr 102 Racine Alderperson, District No. 15 Jerry Hooyman 142 Melissa Lemke 537 Sturtevant Village President Steven D. Jansen 214 Jayme Hoffman 338 Sturtevant Village Trustee Chris Wright 281 Mike Rosenbaum 367 Mark Villalpando 339 John Johnson 310 Wind Point Village Trustee Charles Manning 200 Martin C. Meissner 197 Donald Gloo 181  

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.