Mayor, council races on ballot

October, 2018 Posted in Community

Voters will have a choice for mayor on the ballot Nov. 6 in the cities of Stayton and Aumsville.

Incumbent Hank Porter and Scott Vigil are running in Stayton. Aumsville voters will choose between Mayor Robert Baugh and Derek Clevenger.

Seven candidates are vying for three four-year city council positions in Aumsville. Incumbents Della Seney, Gabe Clayton and Brian Czarnik are being challenged by Walter Wick, Nico Casarez, Angelica Ceja and
Ed Blakesley.

Stayton council candidates for three seats are: incumbent Priscilla Glidewell, Paige Hook, Ralph Lewis, Jordan Ohrt and David Patty.

In Sublimity, Jim Kingsbury is unopposed for mayor and Greg Atkin and Brian Schumacher have filed for the two council seats.

In Mill City, Tim Kirsch is unopposed as mayor. Janet Hall, Tony Trout and Steve Winn have filed for the three council positions.

In Lyons, Lloyd Valentine is unopposed for mayor. Jessica Richie, currently mayor pro-tem, is seeking another term on the council.

Detroit has no mayoral race this time. Greg Sheppard, John Manthe and Shelley Engle are running to retain council seats. Councilor Ken Woodward, who filled an open seat in January, is also on the ballot.

The city of Gates has mayor and two city council positions open, but no contestants.    

Candidate stories for contested races will be in the November Our Town.

Mary Owen

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