The filing deadline for the election this spring has passed — all paperwork was due by 5 p.m. Jan. 5.
Here's a roundup of what positions are up for election come April 5, the incumbents and the challengers:
Milwaukee county board
Elections for two county supervisor seats. Each seat carries a two-year term, effective in 2016. Terms were previously four years long.
District 6: inc. Jim Luigi Schmitt
District 15: inc. Eddie Cullen
Both Schmitt and Cullen have submitted the necessary paperwork to run for re-election, according to the County Election Commission.
City of Wauwatosa
Elections for mayor and eight aldermanic seats. Each seat carries a four-year term.
Mayor: inc. Kathy Ehley
District 1:inc. James Moldenhauer
District 2: inc. John Dubinski
District 3: inc. Gregory Walz-Chojnacki
District 5: inc. Joel Tilleson
District 6: inc. Jeffrey Roznowski
District 7: inc. Cheryl Berdan
District 8: inc. Jason Wilke
Mayor Ehley will seek re-election in the spring.
Aldermen Moldenhauer, Dubinski, McBride, Tilleson, Berdan and Wilke have each said they will seek re-election for their respective seats. Aldermen Jeff Roznowski and Walz-Chojnacki will not seek re-election.
Wauwatosa residents Joe Johnson and Nancy Welch, who previously served as the city's Community Development Director, vie to win the 3rd District seat.
No one has filed to run for the 6th District. In that case, whichever write-in candidate receives the highest number of votes on election day will win the vote. If there are no write-in candidates, the common council will appoint an alderperson, said City Clerk Carla Ledesma.
Wauwatosa School Board
Elections for three school board seats. Each seat carries a three-year term.
Seat 1: inc. Phil Kroner
Seat 2: inc. Mike Meier
Seat 3: inc. Anne Fee
Meier will seek re-election in the spring, while Kroner and Fee have filed for non-candidacy.
Wauwatosa residents Shawn Rolland and Emily Kenney will run for seats No. 1 and No. 3, respectively.