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Speculation aside, Larry Sabato, a well-known political scientist lays out his argument for Gov. Scott Walker being a top-tier candidate for Republican nomination for president in 2016.
Michael Neitzke, the City of Greenfield's 10th mayor, officially started his third term Tuesday after running unopposed in this spring's election.
The ceremony will take place at 6:30 p.m. April 16; the Common Council meeting is slate for 7 p.m.
Several races were uncontested this time around, including those for mayor and both the Greenfield and Whitnall school boards.
The longtime politician will replace Joe Sanfelippo, who replaced Staskunas in the State Assembly in the 15th District in the November election.
Justice Pat Roggensack defeats Ed Fallone in race for Wisconsin Supreme Court, while Tony Evers beats Don Pridemore for state superintendent of schools.
The Greenfield mayor is running uncontested for a third term, just the second mayor to do so in the city's history.
Many of this year's local races, including that for mayor, are uncontested. But there are still plenty of reasons for voters to go to the polls.
The Greenfield mayor is running unopposed in the April 2 spring election, only the second mayor to do so in the city's 56-year history.
Tom Anthony and Tony Staskunas are running for the the 17th District supervisor's seat on the Milwaukee County Board in a special election on April 2.
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