Still time to file petitions
City, county, park board and school board elections will all be coming up this June. Multiple positions will be up for election this year at all levels. Petitions are available at your local auditor’s office and are due April 7.
In the county departments, Auditor Shana Brost, Recorder Brenda Cook, Sheriff Dean Danzeisen, State’s Attorney Jessica Binder and Treasurer Darbie Berger are all up for election to four-year terms.
Commissioners Frank Bitterman, Gary Murray and Wayne Entze are all of for election, also for four-year terms.
At the Stanton City Council, the seats held by Tom Sayler and Jason Hill are up for re-election.
Municipal Judge Sherry Stromme is also up for re-election.
The Stanton Park Board has three 4-year terms up for grabs currently held by Hubert Sailer, Les Dockter and Andy Brown.
On Hazen City Commission, Commission President Mark Nygaard has indicated that he is not running for re-election. Commissioners Nancy Wolf and Jerry Obenauer are both up for re-election.
On the Hazen Park Board, Darren Mund, Kim Johnson and Gary Emter’s 4-year terms are all expiring.
Hazen’s Board of Education has two 3-year positions that will be up for election. Those positions are currently held by Lora Wallender and Sonya Hansana.
In Beulah, those on the city council with expiring terms are Mayor Darrell Bjerke, Councilors Al Kok and Robert Schutt, Councilor Larry Hruby, Councilor Kathy Kelsch and Councilor Brant Keller.