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Write-in secures spot on city council
Marilyn Kubly-Schmid of Monroe turns in her ballot after voting in the spring election Tuesday at the westside fire station. Kubly-Schmid was also helping voters sign in for the election. "It's great to give back to the community and seeing friends and neighbors," she said. "This election gives people the chance to express their preference and give their say on what they want to see changed." (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
Although no one registered as a write-in candidate for the Monroe Common Council, Tuesday's election brokered a new alderman for the fifth open seat, if native Rob Schilt is willing to fill it.