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Deadline approaching for Village Board elections
07/23/2020

(KLZA)-- The filing deadline for candidates to file, who want to have their names on the General Election Ballot for Village Boards and Educational  Service Units is Monday, August 3.

Currently the only village with a contested race is in Verdon where four persons have filed for the three village Board seats up for election.
Incumbent Wade Lowe is seeking reelection while Gary Lynn  Cohran, Vicky Cohran and Lois Miller are also seeking election. 

Three incumbents are seeking reelction to the Salem Village Board.  Lindie Catlin,  Warren Vogele and Mary Jane Wessel are all seeking another term.

No one has filed for Village Board seats in Barada or Preston.  Dawson, Rulo, Shubert, and Stella at this point do not have enough candidates filed to fill the number of seats open. 

For more information you may contact the Richardson County Clerk's Office at 402-245-2911.

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