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Election filings: Moroni seeks re-election in Breezy Point

Filing is open until Tuesday, Aug. 16

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Breezy Point City Council member Michael Moroni has officially filed for re-election to the council on Wednesday, Aug. 10.

Additionally, Debbie Siltman has filed to potentially replace Jon Lubke as mayor of Jenkins.

The filing period to seek election to area city, township and school board seats remains open through 5 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16.

Following is a list of who has filed thus far to run for area seats that will be on the Nov. 8 general election ballot.

The filing period to seek election to area city, township and school board seats remains open through 5 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16.

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Following is a list of who has filed thus far to run for area seats that will be on the Nov. 8 general election ballot.

Pequot Lakes School Board

  • Three four-year school board terms: Dena Moody (incumbent), Mariah Hines, Pamela Johnson.

Pine River-Backus School Board

  • Four four-year school board terms: Wanda Carlson (incumbent), Ryan Trumble (incumbent), Leslie Bouchonville (incumbent).

Pequot Lakes

  • Two-year mayor term: Tyler Gardner (incumbent)
  • Two four-year city council terms: Dan Ronning (appointed council member).

Breezy Point

  • Two-year mayor term: Angel Zierden.
  • Two four-year city council terms: Tom Lillehei, Michael Moroni (incumbent)
  • One two-year city council term: Steve Jensen.

Crosslake

  • Two-year mayor term: Carla Bainbridge, Dave Nevin (incumbent), Donald Andre Chouinard.
  • Two four-year city council terms: Jayme A. Knapp, Jackson Purfeerst, Sandra L. Farder.

Nisswa

  • Two-year mayor term: John Ryan (incumbent).
  • Two four-year city council terms: Jesse Zahn (appointed council member), Mark Froehle (appointed council member), Cameron Dorion.
  • One two-year city council term: 

Pine River

  • Two-year mayor term: Tamara Hansen (incumbent)
  • Two four-year city council terms: Patty Melby (incumbent)

Jenkins

  • Two-year mayor term: Debbie Siltman
  • Two four-year city council terms: Roman Siltman

Lake Shore

  • Two four-year city council terms: John Terwilliger (incumbent), Andrew Stewart.

Backus

  • Two four-year city council terms: Barb Sherlock.

East Gull Lake

  • Two four-year city council terms: James Ruttger, Gary Scheeler, Scott Hoffman 

Emily

  • Two-year mayor term: Roger (Buddy) Lund (Incumbent), Scott Eppen.
  • Two four-year city council terms: Bill Spiess, Dave Johnson, Gregory Koch.

Area Crow Wing County townships

  • Gail Lake Township: David C. Bramman, supervisor seat 2. Donald L. Lohse, supervisor seat 3. Catherine Erickson, town clerk.
  • Jenkins Township: James Olsen, town clerk.
  • Little Pine: Norman Hawley, town supervisor seat B. Nan Hawley, town treasurer.

Area Cass County townships

  • Barclay: William Tollefson, town supervisor seat 1; Litta Sears, town clerk; Melissa Switajewski, town treasurer.
  • Birch Lake: John Freeman and Andy Becker, town supervisor seat 2. Nicholas Daigle, Andy Bray and Tony Peterson, town supervisor seat 3.
  • Deerfield: Terry Holden, town supervisor seat 3. Lisa Kriens, town clerk.
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