The quest to be Stanley's next mayor is officially contested, after former city worker Travis Schuebel has declared himself as a write-in candidate for the posting. Schuebel, who hails from that …
The quest to be Stanley's next mayor is officially contested, after former city worker Travis Schuebel has declared himself as a write-in candidate for the posting.
Schuebel, who hails from that part of town affected by the De –
cember tornado, will be a write-in candidate to challenge incum – bent Al Haas, who took over from Norm Christianson in 2020 after Christianson declined to run for the post.
For council seats in Stanley its Mark Fitzsimmons in Ward CONTESTED ELECTION
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1, Kevin Hendrickson in Ward 2, and nobody in Wards 3 or 4 currently, due to the city clerk not receiving paperwork for these seats.
As to Boyd, its Casey Dorn for trustee, the othyer seat open, confirmed by calling Boyd Clerk Sandi Isaacs Mon day.
For school board, its Becky Peterson and Lanse Carlson. Carlson is the incumbent in Area 2, while Peterson is run – ning for the seat of Jeff Boie, who isn't seeking re-election.
As to townships, the elec – tions are generally in off years, with no local races. For county board, it's different.
Running in District 6 for Chippewa County (covering Boyd, Edson, and part of Del – mar), its Glen Skkorski, while for District 8 in Chippea (Stan – ley), it's James C. Erickson. For District 10 covering the west half of Delmar plus Col – burn, meanwhile, its Tammy Tom Steinmetz running against Matthew Peterson for the seat.
Shifting over to Clark Coun- ty, its Arlene Kodl in District 8 (Town of Thorp and part of the
City), along with Dean Zank in District 7 (all of City of Thorp except northwest corner) and Al Bower in District 13 (Wro – den, Butler, and southward).
Moving north to Taylor County, its Lynn Rosemey – er versus Earl Hinkel for the Towns of Aurora and Ford, plus the Village of Gilman, while for Taft Roosevelt and Lublin its Raymond Soper for County Board, running unop posed.