Area Crow Wing County township election results listed

Supervisors and clerks were on ballots

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CROW WING COUNTY โ€” Following are Tuesday, Nov. 8, election results for Crow Wing County townships in the Echo Journal coverage area.

  • Gail Lake Township: David C. Bramman (incumbent), 35 votes, supervisor seat 2; Donald L. Lohse (incumbent), 35 votes, supervisor seat 3; Catherine Erickson, 33 votes, town clerk.
  • Jenkins Township: No one filed for special election for town supervisor seat 1; Edward Walton (incumbent), 191 votes, supervisor seat 2; James Olsen (incumbent), 188 votes, town clerk.
  • Lake Edward: Ronald J. Metzen (incumbent), 835 votes, supervisor seat B; Gerald Cain (incumbent), 923 votes, supervisor seat C; Loni Burnard (incumbent), 939 votes, clerk.
  • Little Pine: Norman Hawley (incumbent), 35 votes, town supervisor seat B; no one filed for town supervisor seat C; Nan Hawley (incumbent), 36 votes, town treasurer.
  • Mission: Bob Steele (incumbent), 388 votes, supervisor seat B; Jon Auge (incumbent), 401 votes, supervisor seat C; Mary Zabilla (incumbent), 391 votes, treasurer.
  • Pelican: Giles Radtke (incumbent), 240 votes, town supervisor seat B; Thomas Boldt, 235 votes, special election for supervisor seat C; Samantha Gonczy, 235 votes, town clerk.
  • Perry Lake: Ray Montzka (incumbent), 120 votes, supervisor seat 1; Lawrence McKenzie (incumbent), 118 votes, treasurer.
  • Ross Lake: Leo Offerman (incumbent), 97 votes, supervisor seat 1; Mark Caspers (incumbent), 95 votes, supervisor seat 2; Elaine Hill (incumbent), 101 votes, treasurer.
  • Timothy: No filings reported for town supervisor seat C and town clerk.
  • Wolford: Wade DeCent, 125 votes, and Cathy Preston, 66 votes, supervisor seat 1; Kimberly Marquart (incumbent), 162 votes, clerk.

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