Four candidates are running for three seats. Candidates Phillip Zuege and Kurt Fullmer did not respond to requests from the Gazette for information.

Age: 51

Address: 403 E. Howe St.

Job: Self-employed

Education: 1977 graduate of Brodhead High School, some continuing education.

Community service: Viking youth baseball coach, involved in various fundraising efforts.

Elected posts: Elected to village board in 1995 and have served eight terms as trustee. Also on various village committees.

Major campaign issues: “The village will be facing fiscal challenges with the recent budget repair bill. The impact is still unknown, but we know difficult decisions will have to be made.”

Age: 52

Address: 110 S. Wright St.

Job: Server and trainer at Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar, Janesville.

Education: Janesville high school graduate, two-year associate’s degree in accounting-Blackhawk Technical College.

Community service: School events and church community events

Elected posts: None

Major campaign issues: “I am running for village board because I want to serve my community bringing new innovative ideas to our village, making Orfordville a better place. I am committed to bringing jobs to our industrial park and attracting families to our small-town way of life, while being responsible to the taxpayers.”

Address: 603 E. Rime St.

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