Doug Diny defeats Katie Rosenberg for mayor and other Wausau election results – EVOL

WAUSAU − Wausau voters headed to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots in several contested races including for Wausau mayor, Wausau City Council and Wausau School Board.

Here are the results of those races.

Wausau mayor

Doug Diny was voted in as the new mayor of Wausau Tuesday, defeating Katie Rosenberg, who was elected in 2020.

“I really want to thank the voters for getting out, especially in this nasty weather. We really needed it. We needed the turnout. The turnout is what did it for us. We won,” Diny said a victory speech to supporters Tuesday night. “I’d like to congratulate the mayor on her four years in office and wish her the best as she moves forward. We’re going to take off tomorrow and get going on this.”

The mayor of Wausau serves a four-year term.

Diny, 62, served 15 years in the U.S. Army and has 26 years of experience as a sales executive in the bio-fuels industry. He has served on the City Council since 2022 and the Airport Commission since 2016.

He told the Wausau Daily Herald he would “get back to the core basics” as mayor.

Doug Diny: 4,422 (51.1%)Katie Rosenberg (incumbent): 4,225 (48.9%)Wausau School Board

Incumbent Patrick McKee and challengers Sarah Marie



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