More candidates file for county postsWORTHINGTON — After the third day of the filing period for County Commissioner posts, several more individuals have thrown their hat in the ring in Nobles County.
By: Daily Globe, Worthington Daily Globe
WORTHINGTON — After the third day of the filing period for County Commissioner posts, several more individuals have thrown their hat in the ring in Nobles County.
As of 5 p.m. Thursday, the candidates included:
District 1: Marvin Zylstra
District 2: Lonnie Roloff
District 3: David Benson and Robert Paplow
District 4: Robert Demuth Jr. and Michael Kuhle; and
District 5: Jacob Holck and Marlyn Mammen.
In Cottonwood County, Ken Fast is the only candidate to file. He seeks the District 2 seat.
Murray County has two candidates vying for each open seat thus far. In District 1, they include Jeff Carlson and James Jens. District 2 candidate is Robert Moline; and District 5 candidates are Dave Thiner and Roger Zins.
Jackson County filers in District 1 include Richard Erickson and Mike Handzus. In District 3, Rosemary Schultz has filed, while Kim Hummel has filed for District 4 and David Henkels for District 5.
In Pipestone County, the only filings thus far are Harold Miller in District 2 and Jerry Remund in District 5.
Rock County has only had incumbents file for open seats as of Thursday, with Ken Hoime seeking District 1; Ron Boyenga in District 3 and Jane Wildung Lanphere in District 5.