Spring Elections 2020

Spring Elections 2020

Offices and candidates for the spring 2020 elections in Rock County

Beloit City Council

There are four open seats on the City Council and six candidates running.  They are:

  • Regina Dunkin (incumbent)
  • Brittany Keys (challenger)
  • Kevin Leavy (incumbent)
  • Paul Martin (challenger)
  • Mark Preuschl (incumbent)
  • Markese Terrell (challenger)

To watch the City Forum click here!

School District of Beloit's School Board

There are four open seats on the School Board and six candidates running.  They are:

  • Spencer Anderson (challenger)
  • Pam Charles (incumbent)
  • Maria Delgado (challenger)
  • Stephanie Jacobs (incumbent)
  • Aimee Leavy (challenger)
  • Wendy Sanchez (incumbent)

The top two vote-getters will serve three-year terms, the third-highest will serve a two-year term, and the fourth-highest will serve a one-year term

 Candidate Statements submitted for School Board Candidates Forum.

Spencer Anderson spencer4schoolboard@gmail.com
He is a lifelong Beloit resident and a proud BMHS graduate. After graduating from BMHS in 2014 he attended the University of Dubuque and received a degree in flight operations. When elected, Spencer Anderson wants to help with teacher retention, student enrollment and addressing budgetary issues within the district.

Pamela Charles Pwch@charter.net
Lived in Beloit 23 years. Married to Dr. Pierre Charles. Our children graduated from BMHS. I’ve served seven years on the Beloit School Board. I’m a registered nurse, American Red Cross Volunteer, community and school volunteer. My priorities: superintendent recruitment, student discipline, teacher retention, student retention, producing graduates who are prepared for employment, service, or college.

Maria Delgado mdelgado7378@gmail.com
Graduated from BMHS. B.S. degree in Human Services/Social Work and Public Administration. I’m a parent of a student in the district. I’ll promote an equitable education for all students. I advocate for a collaborative, open and transparent approach with an emphasis on values that promote a positive organizational culture. I’m committed to supporting our teachers, staff and families.

Stephanie Jacobs sjjacobs@charter.net
• My main focus is always our children! • Retired School District of Beloit Principal at Converse Elementary School: served for 17 years and received numerous awards at the state level Knowledgeable about many facets of our district • Presently serving on the school board as
Treasurer • Excellent listener • Team player; know how to work collaboratively with a positive attitude

Amiee Leavy amieejleavy4BOE@gmail.com
I am a 1996 graduate of Beloit Memorial High School, a parent of two School District of Beloit students, a wife and a licensed professional educator. I believe that discipline should be handled using trauma informed care, our Board of Education should adhere to established policy and leadership should embrace transparency. I look forward to earning your vote.

Wendy Sanchez reyeswendy1978@yahoo.com
I am a lifelong Beloiter, graduated from BMHS, currently married reside in Beloit and have 2 children in the district. I am currently employed with Rock County in the Human Service department Economic Support Division as bilingual worker. Mental illness, Discipline and Retention are concerns.

 

 

Turner School District Board

  • Norm Jacobs (incumbent)
  • John Pelock (incumbent)

 

Town of Turtle Town Board

  • Steve Heumiller (challenger) 
  • Carl McMillan (challenger)

 

Rock County Board of Supervisors

  • District 6: Brenton Driscoll (challenger)
  •                   Robert Potter (incumbent)
  • District 11: Kaely Lokrantz (incumbent)
  • District 12: Wayne Gustina (incumbent)
  • District 13: Kevin Leavy (incumbent)
  • District 14: deadline extended
  • District 15: Yuri Rashkin (incumbent)
  • District 16: Phillip Owens (incumbent)
  •                    Jacob Taylor (challenger)
  • District 17: deadline extended

 

State-level elections are:

Justice of the Supreme Court

  • Edward Fallone (challenger)
  • Jill Karofsky (challenger)
  • Daniel Kelly (incumbent)