Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Tight race in three-way Republican primary election. Meanwhile, Register of Deeds candidate Jim Behrend wins GOP primary election.
In an election night surprise, City of Pewaukee Alderwoman Kathleen Novack pulled out a win Tuesday to advance in the Waukesha County clerk race. Novack received 35.9 percent of the vote to Town of Mukwonago Clerk/Administrator Kathleen Karalewitz’s 33.5 percent and City of Waukesha Deputy Clerk/Treasurer Gina Kozlik's 30.3 percent. While Karalewitz and Kozlik received support from prominent community leaders, it wasn't enough for her to take the race. All election results are unofficial until canvassing. The vote tallies are: Novack said she wasn’t surprised by her victory. “I was very hopeful that this would be the outcome,” she said. “It has been a very tough race with some strong opponents. Even with the final numbers, it is not a huge…
Friday, August 10, 2012
Tuesday's primary election is among three area candidates – Kathleen Novack, Kathleen Karalewitz and Gina Kozlik – who look to be Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus' successor.
The three candidates running for the Waukesha County clerk’s post on the Republican ticket all want to see election night result reporting improved while restoring public trust and confidence in the office. Election night snafus are well documented in the clerk’s office. Under intense scrutiny, Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus decided she was no longer running for the seat. Meanwhile, costs to fix election-related problems in the office are exceeding $250,000. Delayed unofficial vote reporting is among problems. But the biggest problem was in the April 2011 State Supreme court election when Nickolaus mistakenly left out tallies from the entire city of Brookfield in unofficial results reporting to the Associated Press on election night…
Friday, August 3, 2012
City of Waukesha Clerk/Treasurer Tom Neill supports Gina Kozlik, deputy clerk/treasurer for City of Waukesha, in the Aug. 14 primary election.
Sunday, July 29, 2012
Republican primary for Waukesha County Clerk election is Aug. 14.
Sunday, July 1, 2012
Kozlik is one of three running for the GOP nomination to replace Kathy Nickolaus as Waukesha County Clerk.
Sunday, July 1, 2012
Name : Gina Kozlik Age : 45 Place of residence : Town of Lisbon Attended college : Yes College : Carroll University Degree : B.S. Communication Major, Business Minor Year of graduation : May-94 University : MATC Area of study : Paralegal Associate Degree Year of graduation : Aug-88 University : UW Green Bay Year of graduation : August 2011 Job titles held : NA Employers : City of Waukesha Party affiliation : Republican Running for a: Local office Running for position: Waukesha County Clerk Chamber/district: Incumbent: No Previous elective offices : none Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: NA Address Oakwood Road Hartland WI 53029 Name : Sue Atherton Title : Treasurer Website : Kozlik4Clerk.com Facebook : Gina Kozlik and Gina Kozlik …
Friday, June 1, 2012
Eight percent of registered voters request absentee ballots.
Early voting in Waukesha in the special recall election against Gov. Scott Walker has exceeded absentee voting in the November 2010 election when Walker won. Walker faces the same challenger that he did in November 2010 during Tuesday's recall election – Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. As of 3 p.m. Friday, 4,339 absentee ballots were requested with 2,202, ballots being cast at City Hall. The remaining 2,137 ballots were issued via the mail, according to information from Deputy Clerk/Treasurer Gina Kozlik. "We’ve been averaging over 300 per day, but today I think we will make 400," Kozlik wrote in an email to Patch. The total absentee ballots requested account for 8 percent of registered voters in Waukesha. The Government Accountability …
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Gina Kozlik, the deputy/clerk treasurer for the City of Waukesha, announces she will run as a Republican.
Another Republican candidate for Waukesha County Clerk has announced her intent to seek election. Gina Kozlik, the deputy clerk/treasurer for the City of Waukesha, said in a news release she “decided to enter the race because I know I can accomplish positive change for Waukesha County.” “Waukesha deserves a reliable, experienced professional to move the county forward,” Kozlik said. “I am confident I can get the job done.” Highly scrutinized and criticized Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus announced last weekend that she would not seek re-election. Kozlik joins two other Republican candidates seeking the nomination – Kathleen Novack and Kathy Karalewitz. If all three candidates are successful in collecting nomination signatures, the …