The race for Lake Geneva mayor is down to challengers Charlene Klein and Tom Hartz.
Voters in today's primary eliminated incumbent Mayor Alan Kupsik from contention, advancing Klein and Hartz to the general election.
The winner of the April 3 election will serve a two-year term as the city's mayor at a part-time salary of $6,858 a year.
According to final unofficial results in today's primary, Klein finished first with 351 votes, followed by Hartz with 310 votes and Kupsik with 214.
Lake Geneva has about 3,500 registered voters.
Kupsik was seeking his second term as Lake Geneva mayor, after being elected in 2016 without opposition.
Klein is a community activist making her first run for elected office, while Hartz is a local business owner and former alderman who currently heads the city's police and fire commission.