Notification of Non-Candidacy for

Incumbent Glenn Armstrong

This is an official notice to the Town of Neenah residents that Town Supervisor Glenn Armstrong has filed his “Notification of Non-Candidacy” Paperwork, stating that he “will not be a candidate for this office at the next election” (Tuesday, April 5, 2022).  

Notice of Non-Candidacy

 

Glenn Armstrong 

 

Position of Town Supervisor

First and foremost, please take a moment to pause and thank Glenn for his service, dedication, and passion to the Town of Neenah.  Glenn has served as a Town Supervisor for twenty years, has done incredible work, and will be missed as a Town Board Supervisor.  

 

TO RUN FOR OFFICE

Would you like to know how to run for a municipal office in the Town of Neenah?

The following links provide you with the necessary forms, for doing so. Please complete these forms and file them with the Town Clerk Ellen Skerke – [email protected]

The two year term for this position will begin on Tuesday, April 19, 2022.  

Need a Hard Copy of the Candidate Packets? Stop by the Town Hall at 1600 Breezwood Lane in Neenah, to receive your hard copy!  Questions? Contact Ellen Skerke 920-725-0916  

Local candidates should visit the Local Campaign Finance page on the Wisconsin Ethics Commission website for information about campaign finance registration and reporting.

General information for local government candidacy: http://elections.wi.gov/candidates/local/non-partisan

All paperwork (see list above) must be filed at the Town of Neenah Town Hall in the Clerk’s Office, 1600 Breezewood Lane, Neenah, Wisconsin 54956 by 5:00 pm on Tuesday, January 4, 2022.

If a primary is necessary, the primary will be held on Tuesday, February 15, 2022. A primary will be necessary if five or more candidates run for the position of Town Supervisor having turned in their nomination papers by the deadline of 1/4/2022.

 

If you miss the January 4, 2022 deadline and wish to become a

Registered Write-In Candidates

To register as a write-in candidate, you must file a Campaign Registration Statement (CF-1) with the Town Clerk prior to collecting or spending any money on the campaign. The CF-1 form is available from the Wisconsin Ethics Commission’s website or the local filing officer. The deadline to register as a write-in candidate is 12:00 p.m. (noon) the Friday before the election.