Races shape up for Mayor, Jesup City Council; School Board has two candidates for three seatsBy Kim Edward Adams
Incumbent Mayor Chris Even and both incumbent council persons Dennis Bell and Todd Rohlfsen are facing challenges for the November 2 election.
Former Jesup City council person Dawn Vogel is challenging Even for the Mayor of Jesup.
Tami Even and Donna Boos are seeking Council seats.
The Jesup City ballot will include two names for Mayor: Dawn Vogel and Chris Even; and four names for two Council seats: Tami Even, Donna Boos, Dennis Bell and Todd Rohlfsen.
The Mayor’s term is for two years. The Council’s term is for four years.
School board election
None of the three incumbent Jesup School Board members up for election this fall have sought re-election.
Only two candidates submitted nominating papers to replace them: Christopher Jung and Dana Miller. The third vacant seat will likely be filled through write-in votes.
The incumbents not seeking re-election are: Lisa Riensche, Dustin Thorson and Amy Bucknell.
The school board terms are for four years.
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