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There haven't been many quiet years in the town of Waukesha come election time, but this year will be different.

Jim Radke and Michael Doerr, the two incumbent supervisors, are both running unopposed.

Radke and Doerr won seats on the town board two years ago.

Radke defeated incumbent Joe Banske for the Supervisor 1 seat and Doerr beat Angie Van Scyoc for the Supervisor 3 seat. That seat was open with Supervisor Mike Laska not seeking re-election in 2013.

The supervisors' seats are two-year terms.

Last year, Chairman John Marek had to fend off the challenge of Wayne Krzyzanowski, while Supervisors Brian Fischer and Larry Wolf defeated their opponents to retain their seats on the board.

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