Each week leading up to the April election, Wauwatosa NOW will ask the candidates running for mayor one question about an issue facing the city. The candidates have been limited to 200-word answers.
The three candidates - Peter Donegan, Kathy Ehley and John Pokrandt - were narrowed down to two contenders after the primary election Feb. 21. Donegan and Ehley advanced to the general election, which is April 3.
Readers are encouraged to submit questions they'd like the candidates to address by sending an e-mail to reporter Stefanie Scott at email@example.com.
- Mayoral forum live blog (March 26)
- Trim mayoral appointments, or recruit harder for openings? (March 20)
- Why should I vote for you? (March 12)
- Should the city work toward more sustainability? (March 7)
- Should the mayor be full time? (Feb. 29)
- Ehley, Donegan advance to spring mayoral race (Feb. 22)
- What is your current job and what positions or past jobs/experiences help make you the best choice for our next mayor of Wauwatosa? (Feb. 15)
- How would you strike a balance between green space and development? (Feb. 7)
- How would you balance protecting safety with the costs of fighting crime? (Feb. 1)
- What should the city do to preserve home values and to reduce the negative impact of foreclosures on Tosa neighborhoods? (Jan. 26)
- Mayoral candidates share their softer side (Feb. 1)
- Changes to voting procedures may slow Election Day down (Jan. 25)
- Meaux becomes mayor until April (Jan. 18)
- BID head Ehley announces mayoral bid (Dec. 28)
- Tosa Alderman Peter Donegan enters race for mayor's post (Dec. 5)
- Didier stepping down as mayor (Dec. 1)
- John Pokrandt announces mayoral bid (Oct. 5)