Candidate decries local ad featuring voting block

At least one candidate in the race for the Sturgeon Bay Common Council does not think running as a block for local public office is good government. Sean Linnan is running to replace David Ward on the council and faces Dan Williams in next week’s election. Linnan believes it is bad public policy to run as a block of candidates while making critical statements of others as displayed in a recent print ad.

Linnan says if the city believes there are two different groups of candidates that he considers himself outside of those schools of thought and believes doing so would be unhealthy for a small town. Sturgeon Bay residents will head to the polls to pick their future councilmembers on April 2nd.

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