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Candidate filings continue in area

WORTHINGTON -- Candidate filings continue for county offices in Minnesota through June 5. Following is an updated list of filings as of Tuesday: Cottonwood County: Commissioner District 1: Larry Anderson, Jim Schmidt. Commissioner District 3: Don...

WORTHINGTON - Candidate filings continue for county offices in Minnesota through June 5. Following is an updated list of filings as of Tuesday:

 

Cottonwood County: Commissioner District 1: Larry Anderson, Jim Schmidt. Commissioner District 3: Donna Gravley. Commissioner District 5: Tom Appel. Auditor-Treasurer: Jan Johnson. Recorder: Kathleen “Kathy” Kretsch. Sheriff: Jason Purrington. Attorney: Nicholas Anderson. Soil and Water Supervisor District 3: Daryl Tasler.

 

Jackson County: Commissioner District 2: Don Wachal. Commissioner District 4: Mark McCann. Recorder: Becky McCann. Sheriff: Shawn Haken, Will Murray. Attorney: Sherry Haley.

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Murray County: Commissioner District 3: Sarah Rylaarsdam, Dennis Welgraven. Commissioner District 4: Glenn “Corky” Kluis. Auditor-Treasurer: Heidi Winter. Recorder: Evelyn Larson. Sheriff: Randy Donahue, Paul Kenney, Jeremy Steinle, Steve Telkamp. Attorney: Travis Smith

 

Nobles County: Commissioner District 2: Gene Metz. Commissioner District 5: Donald Linssen. Auditor-Treasurer: Theodore Buhner, Joyce Jacobs. Recorder: Renee Schnurstein, Thelma Yager. Sheriff: Kent Wilkening. Attorney: Kathleen Kusz

 

Pipestone County: Commissioner District 4: Daniel Wildermuth. Auditor-Treasurer: Tyler Reisch. Recorder: Mary Ann De Groot. Sheriff: Keith Vreeman. Attorney: Damian D. Sandy. Pipestone Council (2 seats): Rodger Smidt, Jim Stout. Soil and Water Supervisor District 4: William “Bill” Folger

 

Rock County: Commissioner District 2: Stan Williamson. Commissioner District 4: Sherri Thompson. Sheriff: Evan Verbrugge. Soil and Water Supervisor District 2: Joshua Ossefoort. Luverne Mayor: Patrick Baustian. Council Ward 1: Caroline Thorson. Council Ward 2: Kevin Aaker.

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