|Sinner files for Village Board, two seats open|
|Written by Wauneta Breeze|
|Thursday, 02 August 2012 17:59|
By Jan Schultz
The Imperial Republican
The time is now to file for the Wauneta Village Board. Two seats are open on the Wauneta village board. Incumbent Lloyd Sinner has filed, but Lynn Brunkhorst, another incumbent, did not.
County Clerk/Election Commissioner Debbie Clark noted Aug. 1 was the deadline for new candidate filings for such offices as village boards and public power district boards. Incumbents had to file earlier.
For the Southwest Public Power District Board, incumbents Steve Leibbrandt of Imperial, Wayne Lutz of Benkelman and Clint Schafer of Culbertson have all filed for re-election.
For the Imperial Public Power District Board, incumbents Pat Davison and Dan Russell have filed.
No one has filed for the two open seats on the Lamar village board, according to Clark. Incumbents Dorene Wiest and Jeremiah Hansen did not file.
City of Imperial residents will have three names from which to choose when they mark their choices for city council in November’s General Election.
Joe Weiss, a candidate for one of two council seats open at the end of 2012, filed the necessary paperwork Tuesday with County Clerk/Election Commissioner Debbie Clark, removing his name as a city council candidate.
His withdrawal still leaves three candidates seeking the two open seats—incumbent Sue Moore, J.R. Reeder and Dan Thompson. Incumbent Doug Gaswick did not file for re-election.