Voters will have choices on their ballots this coming April 4 in elections to fill seats on the Cameron Village Board and in the heavily-populated town of Stanley, which surrounds the village, according to results of annual caucuses held earlier this month.

In the village of Cameron, longtime village president Mark Trowbridge is stepping down after serving in office for much of the last decade.

Trowbridge said he has decided not to run for re-election. His term of office will expire after the April election.

Roger Olson, Cameron village clerk, said that village electors nominated two candidates to run for village president at the Jan. 9 caucus. They include incumbent Trustee Russ Hulback and newcomer John Adkins.

There were four nominations for the three trustee positions which will also be filled in the April 4 election.

Incumbents nominated by electors include Hulback, Randy Hill and Dave Ebner. Newcomer Emily Breidenbach will also run for a trusteeship. The highest three vote-getters will fill the trustee positions.

According to the Barron County website, the village of Cameron has a population of 1,849 residents and an assessed valuation of $108.6 million.

The town of Stanley has also held a caucus, town clerk Jim Hessel reported.

Contests will take place there as well. For town chair, incumbent Dennis Stillwell was nominated along with newcomer Jason Cook.

Two supervisor positions will also be filled in the April election. Nominees include incumbents Monty Shearer and Larry Moen, along with a newcomer, Brian Claudnic.

The town of Stanley has a population of 2,575 and an assessed valuation of $259.5 million, according to the Barron County website.