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Filing period opens Tuesday for county offices

WORTHINGTON -- The filing period for federal, state and county offices opens Tuesday and will continue to 5 p.m. June 5. Candidates may file to run for election by visiting their local county auditor-treasurer's office during regular business hours.

WORTHINGTON - The filing period for federal, state and county offices opens Tuesday and will continue to 5 p.m. June 5. Candidates may file to run for election by visiting their local county auditor-treasurer’s office during regular business hours.

In Nobles County, county board of commissioner seats in District 2 and District 5 are up for election in November. Those seats are currently filled by Gene Metz and Donald Linssen, respectively.

Also in the county, the current terms of the auditor-treasurer, recorder, sheriff and attorney expire at the end of this year. Filing for those positions will also be from May 22 through June 5.

The filing period also includes Nobles Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor seats in districts 4 and 5 open. Those seats are currently filled by Rick Nelsen and Paul Langseth, respectively.

The filing period for both the Worthington City Council and ISD 518 will be from July 31 through Aug. 14.

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