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Wisconsin Statutes 17.09 - Removal of elective county officers

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Current as of: 2013

Elective county officers may be removed from office as follows:

   (1)   County clerk; treasurer; surveyor; supervisor. The county clerk, county treasurer or surveyor, or a county supervisor, by the county board, for cause, by a vote of two-thirds of all the supervisors entitled to seats on such board.

   (2)   Clerk of circuit court. The clerk of the circuit court, by the judge or a majority of judges of the circuit court for the clerk's county, for cause.

   (5)   Other elective county officers. The sheriff, coroner or register of deeds, by the governor, for cause.

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