Incumbents Tim Schilz and Robert Oates were re-elected to the Brown Deer Village Board on Tuesday.
In the three-way race for two seats, Schilz received the greatest number of votes, with 927 total, while Oates garnered 877. Dorothea Macon, the third candidate, received 553 votes.
Schilz is the most senior member of the Village Board, having served for nine years. He was on the Plan Commission for three years prior to his election to the board.
Oates is completing his first three-year term.
Trustees serve three-year terms and earn $3,600 annually.
Election results remain unofficial until they are certified by the board of canvassers, which meets after press deadline.
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