Election 2020: Race for Breezy Point mayor emerges
Two people have filed to be Breezy Point mayor - incumbent Tom Lillehei and challenger Todd Roggenkamp - ensuring a race for the position.
The filing period opened Tuesday, July 28, and runs through Tuesday, Aug. 11. The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 3. The filing fee is $2, paid to the city, township or school office clerks.
Following is a list of people who filed for area city, school board and township seats as of 5 p.m. Friday, July 31. Visit pineandlakes.com for daily updates on candidate filings.
Pequot Lakes School Board
(Elect 4): Kimberly Bolz-Andolshek (incumbent); Susan Mathison-Young (incumbent); Curtis Johnson (incumbent); Amy Sjoblad.
Mayor (elect 1): Tamara Hansen (incumbent).
Mayor (elect 1): John Ryan (current council member).
Mayor (elect 1): Tom Lillehei (incumbent); Todd Roggenkamp.
Council (elect 2): Rebecca Ball (incumbent); Mark Miller.
Mayor (elect 1): Krista Knudsen (current council member).
Council (elect 2): Henry Cote; Wayne Anderson (incumbent)
Mayor (elect 1): Roger “Buddy” Lund (incumbent).
Council (elect 2): Gerhart “Gary” Hanson (incumbent); Bill Spiess (incumbent).
Area Crow Wing County townships
Mission Township: Bob Steele, special election for Supervisor Seat B.
Gail Lake: William (Bill) Johnson, special election for Supervisor Seat 1; Carol Johnson, town clerk-treasurer.
Jenkins: Michael Dubay, Supervisor Seat 2; Cheryl Stuckmayer, treasurer.
Area Cass County townships
Fairview: Jim Weizenegger, Town Supervisor Seat 2.