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Jackson Co city, school filings
06/10/2019

(KNZA)--There will be several contested races for Jackson County school board  positions and a position on the Holton City Commission this November.

That comes following the June 1 filing deadline.

There are two contested races for positions on the Holton USD 336 Board.  Incumbent Rex Frazier is being challenged by Jennifer Taylor for position 1.  Incumbent Shelby Patch and Jennifer Willcott are vying for position 3.  Incumbent board members Orin Marshall and Dena Swisher are running unopposed.

There is one contested race for a position on the Royal Valley USD 337 Board.  Jacob “ Tug” Wamego and Michael Boswell are vying for position one.  The position is currently held by Jim O’Toole, who did not seek re-election.  Board members Boone Smith, Pat Tuck and Cindy Broxterman are facing no opposition in their bids for re-election.

There are no contested races for four positions up for election on the Jackson Heights USD 335 Board.  Incumbents David Allen, Melinda Wareham, Neal Keeler and Konrad Coe filed for re-election.

There is one contested race for a position on the Holton City Commission.  Incumbent Mike Meerpohl is being challenged by R. Norman Johnson for position 2.  Incumbent Dan Brenner is running unopposed for re-election to position 4.

The general election will be held November 5.
   

 

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