Filing for election starts July 29

Filing for election begins Tuesday, July 29 and ends Tuesday, Aug. 12.

Candidates that have filed may withdraw up until Thursday, Aug. 14, at 5 p.m.

The general election will be Tuesday, Nov. 4. Residents will be able to vote for their city election, as well as other state and federal government elections between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. Absentee balloting begins Friday, Sept. 19, for the general election. Filing takes place at the city halls or school district offices.

Up for election in Albertville is the two-year mayoral seat currently held by Jillian Hendrickson and four-year council seats held by Rob Olson and Dan Wagner.

Up for election in Corcoran is the two-year mayoral seat currently held by Ken Guenthner and four-year council seats held by Tom Cossette and Rich Asleson.

Up for election in Hanover is the four-year council seats currently held by Wendy Pinor and Ken Warpula.

Up for election in Rogers is the two-year mayoral seat currently held by Jay Bunting and the four-year council seats held by Rick Ihli and Maureen Stanley. Rogers filing has closed due to the primary election.

Up for election in St. Michael is the four-year mayoral seat currently held by Jerry Zachman and four-year council seats held by Kevin Kasel and Nadine Schoen.

Up for election in Greenfield is the two-year mayoral seat currently held by Brad Johnson and four-year council seats held by Chuck Alcon and Tom Cook.

Up for election in Medina are the two-year mayoral seat currently held by Elizabeth Weir, and four-year terms held by Jeff Pederson, Melissa Martinson and Kathleen Martin.

In Rockford, the seats of City Councilors Todd Wenz and Jeannette Graner are up for election. Both carry four-year terms.

The Rockford School Board has three seats up for election. They are the seats of Ted Botten, Lia Hall and Chuck Tryon. Each seat has a four-year term.

The STMA School board has two seats up for election. They are the four-year terms belonging to Doug Birk and Gayle Weber.

 

Affidavits of Candidacy for the offices mentioned are available at city halls or school district offices during regular business hours. Any candidate for office must be eligible to vote, 21 years of age or more on assuming office and have been a resident for 30 days before the general election.

 

 
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