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The slates of candidates are set for the election of city and school leaders in the upcoming general election Tuesday, November 5.
Incumbent mayor Steve Fetty is running unopposed for another two-year term as mayor of Mount Ayr.
Incumbents Brad Elliott and Ken Robertson are running unopposed for reelection to the Mount Ayr city council.
Jordan Stewart is also unopposed in his candidacy to fill the seat left vacant by Don Solliday, who did not seek reelection.
Three incumbents are running unopposed for reelection to the board of directors in the Mount Ayr Community Schools. They include Brandi Shay as director at large, Craig Winemiller in District 1 and Patricia West in District 3.
Incumbent mayor Lowell Johnson is running unopposed for mayor of Diagonal.
Candidates James Norris, Shon O’Kelley and Doug Ruby are running unopposed for four-year terms on the Diagonal council.
In addition, Bradley Bentley is unopposed in his candidacy to fill a vacancy on the council.
Pam Grace, Becky Stamps, and Gina Warren are running unopposed for reelection to the Diagonal school board.
In addition, voters in the Diagonal school district will be asked to renew the school support levy for a period of 10 years. The levy would continue to generate revenue not to exceed 10 percent of the regular program district cost.
The office of Tingley mayor will be filled with write-in votes.
Only one candidate – Priscilla Anne Alvik – appears on the ballot for Tingley town council.
Two other vacancies on the Tingley council will be filled by write-in votes.
Kellerton will see a contested race for mayor as both Thomas Giles and Cody Doolittle appear on the ballot.
Three candidates – Bay lee Stark, Richard Stark, and Joe Stark – are seeking election to three city council positions.
The mayor’s seat in Beaconsfield will be filled by write-in vote.
One candidate – Michael Neessen – appears on the ballot for city council. The remaining two seats will be filled by write-in votes.
The Benton’s mayor’s position will be filled by write-in vote.
Daron Richie is the lone announced candidate for Benton council. The remaining two seats will be filled via write-ins.
The mayor’s seat will be filled by write-in vote in Redding.
Four candidates appear on the ballot to fill five seats on the Redding council. They include Frank Baker, Morris Carpenter, Albert A. Rich and Richard L. Snethen. The fifth seat will be determined via write-in votes.
Terry M. Gilbert is running unopposed for Shannon City mayor.
Glen Hoyt, Robert Arnold, and Clay Arnold are running to fill three seats on the city council.
Two other seats are also up for election. Randy Lilly will appear on the ballot to fill one seat while the other will be filled via write-in.
Clearfield, Ellston, Maloy
Voters in these three towns will fill their mayor and council positions through write in votes as no candidates filed papers to appear on the ballot.
Southwestern Community College
Three individuals – Fred Shearer, Carol Saxton and Vicki Sickels – are running unopposed for seats on the Southwestern board of directors.
Sun Valley RIZ
Voters will choose among four candidates to fill two seats on the Sun Valley Lake Rural Improvment Zone board.
These candidates include Mike Cheese, Randal L. Vardaman, Kila Christensen, and Bob Weeks.
Judy Green is running unopposed to fill one vacancy on the RIZ board.
Further details about the election, including polling places and voter information, will be published closer to election day.