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Four candidates are running for three trustee seats on the Cambridge Village Board. Three of them are incumbents (I). Current village president Steven Struss, did not respond to requests for comment. The positions are for two-year terms.

A former City Council member is challenging incumbent Mark Wellnitz, who did not respond to requests for comment for the District 3 seat on the Edgerton City Council. The election is for a two-year term.

Two candidates are vying to succeed Ald. Larry Palm, who did not seek re-election to the Madison City Council in the 12th District, which encompasses parts of the East and North sides. The election is April 2. The term is two years.

The Mount Horeb Village President Randy Littel faces challenger Thomas Orshall in the April 2 election. The term is for two years. Orshall is also running for village trustee and would have to choose one office if elected to both. (I) indicates incumbent.

Five candidates are running for three seats on the Mount Horeb Village Board in the April 2 election. Candidate Thomas G. Orshall is also running for village president and would have to choose one office if elected to both. The terms are two years. (I) indicates incumbent.

Two UW-Madison freshmen are running to be the next Madison City Council member from the 8th District, which encompasses much of the campus area. The seat is being vacated by Ald. Zach Wood, who was elected in 2015.