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Little movement for potential city races

A few more pieces of paperwork were turned in the past seven days but the potential races for the city councils in Algoma, Kewaunee, and Sturgeon Bay do not look much different.

 

In Algoma, Mitch Groessl joined Jacque Wiese in declaring non-candidacy for their seats representing District 2 and 3 respectively. John Pabich and Lee Dachelet have taken out nomination papers for their re-election, but have yet to turn them in.

 

In Sturgeon Bay, Gary Nault is the only candidate to have turned in their nomination paperwork. Kirsten Reeths, Dan Williams, and Helen Bacon are still circulating their nomination papers to keep their seats on the Sturgeon Bay Common Council.

 

The path to the Kewaunee City Council remains crowded. Evan Gibbs, Jeremy Robillard and Wendy Shelton have taken out nomination papers to replace Jeff Dworak on the city council (COMMA) with Shelton already turning in the necessary signatures. Richard Taylor is the only person to take out nomination papers to replace David Kuehl and he has already returned them. District 1 alderperson Arthur Schiller is seeking to keep his seat on the city council and could face a challenge from former mayor John Blaha, who has already returned his paperwork. District 3 alderperson Joe Mills is also seeking to keep his spot and could have an opponent in Robin Nelson, who has returned her signatures. 

 

All election-related paperwork is due back to municipal offices on January 5th.

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