Hauser running for re-election to City Council

By Connor Harbit


District Seven Sturgeon Bay Council member Laurel Hauser has announced her intentions to run for re-election to the council. After defeating Joe McMahon in the 2017 election, Hauser will run for another two-year term. She has been involved with the Adoptive Parks program and was co-chair of the Ad hoc Westside Waterfront Planning Committee among other things. Hauser said she deserves re-election because she has been active in making the city a better place to live.





Potential candidates have until January 2nd to submit their nomination papers. Others who have announced their candidacy in Sturgeon Bay include David Ward, who is running for mayor, and Dan Williams, who is running in District 3. Gary Nault and incumbent Barb Allmann both took out nomination papers for District 5.

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