Filings for spring election in Pierce County start Dec. 1The election for Pierce County area municipal and school offices may not happen until next spring, but the election season starts in late fall—specifically, Tuesday, Dec. 1.
Filings for spring election start Dec. 1
The election for area municipal and school offices may not happen until next spring, but the election season starts in late fall—specifically, Tuesday, Dec. 1.
That’s when the nomination process for those offices to be elected on Tuesday, April 6, 2010, gets underway. Candidates will be able to circulate nomination papers or file, as appropriate, until closing at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2010.
Those seeking area school positions file declarations of candidacy, while those for municipal posts circulate papers, in most instances. Two area municipalities—the Villages of Bay City and Maiden Rock—hold caucus meetings for nomination purposes instead, on dates to be announced.
If a primary election is needed in any of the municipalities or school districts, it will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010.
Area incumbents who have expiring terms in the spring are:
--BAY CITY, village board, Jerry Enevold, trustee seat 2, Beverly Bach, trustee seat 4.
--ELLSWORTH, village board, David Deiss, Dick Hines, Rick Sweig, three trustee seats; school board, Laurie Andrews, Mary Erlandson, Steve Georgakas, three board seats.
--ELMWOOD, village board, Bruce Hartung, Bob Rupakus, Pam Marson, three trustee seats; school board, Paul Peterson, Steve Thompson, two board seats.
--MAIDEN ROCK, village board, Roger Erickson, one trustee seat.
--PLUM CITY, village board, Kent Gilles, Peggy Gilles, two trustee seats; school board, Todd Glaus, Jeffrey Heit, two board seats.
--PRESCOTT, school board, Maurice LeBreck, Nancy Paulson, two board seats.
--RIVER FALLS, school board, Dennis Behnke, Manville Kenny, two board seats.
--SPRING VALLEY, village board, Rick Hagen, Matt Huepfel, Dale Jacobson, three trustee seats; school board, Allan Faber, Jim Helmer, two board seats.
Read more in the print version of the Herald Nov. 25.