Current council members Zahn, Froehle win election to Nisswa City Council

Froehle garners 18 more votes than third candidate Cameron Dorion

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Voters cast their ballots at Nisswa City Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022.
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Jesse Zahn (March 2022)
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Mark Froehle

NISSWA — Current Nisswa City Council members Jesse Zahn and Mark Froehle were elected to four-year terms Tuesday, Nov. 8.

Zahn garnered 796 votes and Froehle had 468, just 18 more than a third candidate, Cameron Dorion, who garnered 450 votes.

Joe Hall ran unopposed for a special two-year council term and received 906 votes.

Incumbent Mayor John Ryan also ran unopposed and was re-elected to a second two-year term with 984 votes.

Incumbent Don Jacobson did not file for a third four-year city council term.


This was a first election for both Froehle, who was appointed to the council in February 2021, and Zahn, who was appointed in March 2022.

There were 33 write-in votes for mayor, nine for the four-year council seat and eight for the two-year council seat.

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