Candidates are set for Clinton & Camanche City Elections

With two at-large seats available there are five candidates who filed nomination petitions by the Thursday 5 P-M deadline.

Incumbent Jennifer Graf will seek another term and other candidates include Grant Wilke -Tom Determann -Andy Sokolovich – and  Andrew Luett

Current at-large council member Charlie Mullholland initially filed petitions to run again, but later withdrew and is not seeking re-election.

 

In the third ward there are two candidates seeking the council seat as incumbent Bev Herman is seeking reelection facing a challenge from Ed O’Neill

 

In the previous election Julie Allesee was elected to the second ward seat – but boundary changes based on the census shiftedher home into the first ward and Allesee is seeking election in the first ward against current first ward council member Maggie Klaess.

 

In the now open Second Ward there is one candidate seeking the council seat.  Lynn McGraw filed her nomination petitions for the seat

 

 

 

 

 

In Camanche there are two candidates seeking the mayor’s post.

Current mayor Kenneth Fahlbeck is seeking re-election and will face a challenge from Trevor Willis.

There are three seats on the council available and on the ballot will BE GREG Nelson, Gary Kampe, Charlie Blount, Michael McManus, Marvin Lind, Lewis Creed, Linda Kramer, AND WILLIAM Wruck.