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12/26/2012 8:00:00 AM
3 file for mayor's chair in Dewey-Humboldt elections
4 to vie for council seats

Sue Tone

At the close of business on Wednesday, Dec. 12, Dewey-Humboldt Town Clerk Judy Morgan said she had received packets from three residents running for the 2-year term for mayor: Chris Berry, David Nystrom, and incumbent Mayor Terry Nolan.

In addition to the mayoral seat, four of the six council seats are up for grabs. Three seats are 4-year terms; one seat is a 2-year term.

Three people have filed paperwork for the three 4-year seats: Arlene Alen, and incumbents Dennis Repan and Nancy Wright. One person filed papers for the 2-year term: Jack Hamilton. The March 12 election provides for voters to enter their write-in choices on the ballot for all open seats. Candidates must be 18 years or older and reside in Dewey-Humboldt for at least one year. Candidates who receive a majority of all votes cast in the March primary election will be declared elected without running in the general election on May 21.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Article comment by: Larry t

Is the paper going to give all candidates free one liners like they are giving David. Every time he writes a comment he plugs that he is running for mayor. Fair is fair. I would expect 30% or less of the voters to vote after all look at the field of candidates to pick from. I would run except for one thing I do not work for free other then to help people in need! As to the museum 70% opposed it at first and still do.

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