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Candidates file for area offices

WORTHINGTON -- The deadline to file for public office for state senators and representatives, county commissioners and Soil and Water Conservation District supervisors and certain municipality positions is May 31.As of Tuesday, the Minnesota Secr...

WORTHINGTON - The deadline to file for public office for state senators and representatives, county commissioners and Soil and Water Conservation District supervisors and certain municipality positions is May 31.
As of Tuesday, the Minnesota Secretary of State’s office reported the following individuals have filed for office:
State Senate District 22: Bill Weber (Republican), Luverne; Brian Abrahamson (DFL), Luverne
State Rep. District 22A: Laura Woods (DFL), Luverne.
State Rep. District 22B: Kirby Kruse (DFL), Windom.
Nobles County
Commissioner District 1: Marv Zylstra, Tom Hendel
Commissioner District 3: Matthew Widboom
Commissioner District 4: Robert Demuth Jr.
Soil and Water Conservation District 2 Supervisor: Ken Wolf.
Cottonwood County
Commissioner District 2: Kevin Stevens
Commissioner District 4: Norm Holmen, Amy Rihl.
Jackson County
Commissioner District 1: Richard Erickson, David Scott McClure
Commissioner District 3: Albert Henning
Commissioner District 5: John Hay
SWCD District 1 Supervisor: David Hussong
SWCD District 3 Supervisor: David Daberkow.
Murray County
Commissioner District 1: James Jens
Commissioner District 2: Willis Grimmius, Lori Gunnink
Commissioner District 5: David Thiner
SWCD District 3 Supervisor: Shannon Cohrs.
Pipestone County
Commissioner District 1: Luke Johnson
Commissioner District 5: Jerry Remund
SWCD District 2 Supervisor: Ian Cunningham
SWCD District 3 Supervisor: Clifford Mulder
Pipestone Mayor: Myron Koets
Rock County
Commissioner District 1: Don Bryan, Kyle Hemme, Gary Overgaard
Commissioner District 3: Ron Boyenga, Greg Burger, Darrel Van Aartsen
Commissioner District 5: Jody James Reisch
SWCD District 4 Supervisor: Dave Esselink.
Luverne Mayor: Patrick Baustian
Luverne Council Ward 1: Lennis “Red” Arndt, Larry Lanphere
Luverne Council Ward 2: Lori Hallstrom

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