Tuesday's election brought changes to the school boards within the county while the village and town boards remained mostly intact.
There will be at least one new school board member in Ellsworth, Prescott and Plum City saw incumbents lose while Elmwood had one incumbent not run again.
Meanwhile, municipal races saw minimal changes as the Village of Spring Valley and the Village of Elmwood each gained a new member.
The following are the results from each race in the county:
SCHOOL BOARDS (* denotes incumbent): Ellsworth (three open seats) -- Laurie Andrews* 1,682; Doug Peterson 1,325; Dan Kaler 1,273; Steve Georgakas* 1,151; Paul Giovannoni 690.
Elmwood (two seats) -- Paul Peterson* 260; Sandra Weix 226; David Wolf 164; Kory Graf 150.
Plum City (two seats) -- Shirley Gilles 284; Gail Fisher 280; Jeffrey Heit* 215; Katie George 190.
Prescott (two seats) -- Town of Clifton seat: Dan Smaida 1,181, Maurice LeBreck* 542; City of Prescott seat: Mike Matzek 1,207, Nancy Paulson* 506.
Spring Valley (two seats) -- Jim Helmer* 429, Allan Faber* 402.
MUNICIPAL RACES: Bay City (two open seats) -- Trustee 2 seat: Jerry Enevold* 76; Trustee 4 seat: Leah Nesbitt-Miller 59, James Hince 30.
Ellsworth (three open seats) -- Dick Hines* 499, Rick Sweig* 496, Dave Deiss* 420, Mike Steele (write-in) 142. Village Clerk Peggy Nelson explained that even though Deiss announced his resignation in Monday's meeting, his name was still on the ballot. Nelson said Deiss will now have to decline the seat and Village President Gerald DeWolfe will name a replacement.
Elmwood (three seats) -- Bruce Hartung* 177, Patricia Knops 153, Rick Stohr (write-in) 95, Rick Talford 19.
Maiden Rock (one seat) -- Roger Erickson* 33, Cynde Randall 9.
Plum City (two seats) -- Kent Gilles* 179, Peggy Gilles* 158.
Spring Valley (three seats) -- Matt Huepfel* 160, Dale Jacobson* 108, Rich O'Connell (write-in) 21.
Town of Trenton (two seats) -- Supervisor 3: Herbert Oberg* 228, Randy Christensen 128, Supervisor 4: David Johnson* 320
All municipal races were two-year terms while school board races were three-year terms.