Candidates for council, school board announced
It's official. Baldwin has its candidates for the April elections.
Tuesday at noon marked the deadline for candidates interested in a seat on the Baldwin Board of Education or the Baldwin City Council to file their intent with the county.
Five candidates filed for one of three seats on the council and six candidates filed for one of four seats on the school board.
Now it's up to the public to decide who will fill the vacancies.
Those running for one of three seats on the city council are Robert Myers, Nancy Brown, Steve Pierce and incumbents Todd Cohen and Ted Brecheisen.
Those seeking a seat on next year's school board are Eugene Kivett and incumbent Alison Bauer, who will square off for position No. 1 in District 1. Blaine Cone is running unopposed for position No. 3 in District 3. Stacy Cohen is hoping to fill position No. 6 in District 3 and is also unopposed. Scott Lauridsen and incumbent Curtis Trarbach will battle for the at-large position.
No primary will be needed before the April 1 election.
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