CAPITOL CHATTER Republicans make flight plans
Republican statewide candidates take to the air Monday to visit Rochester, Mankato, Alexandria, Moorhead and Duluth to introduce themselves to voters.
The tour begins at the state Capitol and stops at... Posted on 5/1/10 at 11:43 AM
WORTHINGTON — Three candidates ran unopposed Tuesday for Worthington City Council positions. Scott Nelson, who earned 1,930 votes, is an incumbent, and Diane Graber (3,222 votes) and Rod Sankey (1,244) are new to serve.
FULDA — The six candidates running for Minnesota District 22 legislature positions participated in an election forum centering on senior health issues Thursday afternoon at the Maple Lawn Senior Care Campus.
WORTHINGTON — The filing period for candidates seeking election to the Worthington City Council and District 518 school board concluded Tuesday, and candidates for each open seat — barring a coordinated write-in campaign — will all run unopposed.
A forum for Nobles County Board of Commissioners candidates, which took place Tuesday evening in the Worthington High School cafeteria, was well attended by both the candidates and the general public alike.
WORTHINGTON — More than 100 people attended a forum in Worthington Tuesday night to hear Nobles County Commissioner candidates speak on a variety of questions ranging from economic development to retirement perks and plans for a new library.
Judicial nominee to be sent to Governor Dayton
WORTHINGTON — The Commission on Judicial Selection announced Thursday it is recommending four candidates to Gov. Mark Dayton for consideration to fill two judgeship vacancies in the Fifth Judicial District.
WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Library Board of Directors will meet from 7 to 8 p.m. March 24 to meet the library director candidates. Invitees for the meeting are the Nobles County Board of Commissioners and the Nobles County Library Board.
ALEXANDRIA — Two of the three major candidates for governor shared their views on education, eco-nomic development, local government aid and the state’s budget woes Monday night in Alexandria.
DFLer Mark Dayton and Independence candidate Tom Horner both agreed the state faces huge challenges ahead with an aging popula-tion, pressing transportation needs, inadequate education funding and rising health-care costs.
Al Edenloff/ Alexandria echo press
, October 05, 2010
WORTHINGTON — A forum hosted by the Government Affairs Committee of the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce and the Nobles County Corn and Soybean Association brought candidates from House Districts 22A and 22B and Senate District 22 to the Worthington High School Tuesday evening.
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