SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (WHBL) - The statewide contests for Wisconsin’s spring elections were certified today. Supreme Court candidates Ed Fallone, Vince Megna, and incumbent Justice Pat Roggensack will square off in February 19th primary. And the top two vote-getters will run in a general election on April second. There will not be a primary for state public school superintendent. Assembly Republican Don Pridemore of Hartford was the only challenger to run against incumbent Tony Evers – and both were placed on the April ballot. The state Government Accountability Board set the statewide races, after nobody challenged any of the five candidates’ nominating signatures. There will also be numerous local government and School Board contests this spring, which local officials are finalizing.