You should know who represents you BUT more importantly they should know YOU!
Our goal is to recruit and support the efforts of those, who are armed with the Truth, knowledge and courage to protect our community’s safety, prosperity, rights and freedoms, obtain leadership positions in our local government, institutions, and community organizations. At this time, we have identified the following entity groups to focus on, with others being added in the future:
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You should know who represents you BUT more importantly, they should know YOU.
The following are the State Senate and State Assembly districts that fall within Ozaukee County:
Wisconsin State Senate (5/9/2023)
There are 33 Senate Districts each represented by a Senator who serves a four-year term. Senators that represent Ozaukee County with their associated Districts:
Wisconsin State Assembly (5/9/2023)
There are 99 Assembly Districts each represented by a State Representative who serves a two-year term. State Representatives that represent Ozaukee County and their associated districts:
Wisconsin Supreme Court
The Supreme Court is composed of seven justices elected to 10-year terms in statewide non-partisan April elections.
Wisconsin Court of Appeals
The Court of Appeals is composed of 16 judges from four districts. The judges are elected to six-year terms in district-wide non-partisan April elections. Ozaukee County is in the 2nd District Court of Appeals.
The Wisconsin Circuit Courts are the state's trial courts. Circuit courts have original jurisdiction in all civil and criminal matters within the state including probate, juvenile, and traffic matters as well as civil and criminal jury trials. Circuit Court Judges serve six-year terms.
Judges of Ozaukee Circuit Court
Clerk of Ozaukee Circuit Court
The 16 municipal clerks that run our elections are appointed vs elected.
Complete listing with contact information for municipal clerks.
Ozaukee County is divided into 26 districts with each district representing about 3,500 citizens. In general, a district represents a single municipality, but in some cases a district is made up of two municipalities, which is the case with District 15 having both the Village of Grafton and the City of Cedarburg. Each district is represented by a County Board Supervisor who are elected to 2-year terms. All the terms end in April on the even number years.
Below, you will find each Supervisor for each district and the municipality generally associated with the district. Click on the district number to see the map of that district.
Chairman: Lee Schlenvogt
Supervisors by District:
6 Richard Nelson | Port Washington
7 Anthony Matera | Port Washington
8 Dave Larson | Port Washington
9 Tom Grabow | Grafton
10 Paul Melotik | Grafton
11 Marty Wolf | Cedarburg
12 Thomas Richart | Village of Grafton
13 John Hagen | Town of Grafton
14 Scott Rishel | Village of Grafton
15 Timothy Maguire| City of Cedarburg & Village of Grafton
16 Shannon Whitworth| City of Cedarburg
17 David Irish | Cedarburg
18 Eric Stelter | Cedarburg
19 Bruce Ross | Mequon
20 Michelle Godden | Mequon
21 Justin Strom | Mequon
22 Rob Holyoke | Thiensville
23 Kurt Schoessow | Mequon
24 James Krane | Mequon
25 Anne Watts | Mequon
26 Patrick Foy | Mequon
President: Eido Walny
Board of Trustees
The Common Council is comprised of the mayor and eight aldermen representing eight districts. Council members are elected for three-year terms.
Mayor: Andrew Nerbun | 2025
Aldermen by District:
The Village Board consists of the Village President and six trustees, all of whom are elected from the village at-large (no districts). The terms for both the Village President and Village Trustees are three years.
Board of Trustees
The Common Council is comprised of the mayor and seven council members representing seven districts. Council members are elected for two-year terms.
Mayor: Mike O'Keefe | 2024
Council Members by district:
The Village Board is comprised of the President and six Trustees. Board members are elected at-large (no districts) for two-year terms.
President: Dan Delorit | 2025
Village Board Trustees:
The City Common Council is comprised of the mayor and seven aldermen representing seven voting wards. Aldermen are elected for two-year terms.
Mayor: Ted Neitzke |2024
Alderman by voting ward:
President: Andy Hebein (2025)
President: Dave DeLuka
Trustees are elected to a 3-year term.
Village President: Dan Gehrke | 2025
Board of Trustees:
Trustees are elected to a 2-year term
Village President: Pete Anzia | 2025
Board of Trustees:
The Town of Cedarburg is represented by a chairman and four (4) board supervisors.
Chairman: David Salvaggio | 2025
Chairman: Lester Bartel | 2025
Chairman: Kevin Kimmes
Chairman: Mike Didier | 2025
Chairman: Lance Leider
Chairman: Thomas Winker
School board members are elected to serve 3-year terms with elections held every 1st Tuesday of April. The (year) next to a board member's name is the year their term will expire.
The Northern Ozaukee School Board has nine board members. There are two members for each municipality and one at-large board member. School Board Website Link
The Cedar Grove - Belgium School Board has seven board members. School Board Website Link