Area mayor, school board elections set for Tuesday
Voters in two area towns will head to the polls Tuesday in cast ballots to determine who will be awarded mayor positions.
After serving as mayor for eight years in Canova, Ron Miller decided to not seek re-election, so voters will be tasked Tuesday with selecting his replacement between candidates Bill Perrine and Todd Glanzer. The winner will retain the mayor seat for four years.
In Armour, Susan Hoffman-Lout is seeking re-election to a two-year term as mayor, and is challenged by Travis Sparks. For a Ward II City Council seat, incumbent Nicole Neugebauer is challenged by Rodney Dally for a two-year term.
Other area elections are as follows:
• Howard School Board: Three people are battling for two, three-year positions on the board. Incumbent Evan Meyer is challenged by Stacy Kampshoff and Laura Schumaker.
• Corsica-Stickney School Board: Jennifer Van Gorp and Seth Denning will challenge incumbent Shannon Tolsma for a seat on the Corsica-Stickney School Board.
• Lyman School Board: Four people will battle for three positions on the Lyman School Board. Incumbents Dennis Stanley and Kimm Schweitzer will be challenged by Jolleen LaVerDure and Justin "Judge" Jessop for three-year terms.