City and School Elections Today

Today is Election Day. Voters will head to the polls to decide city and school board elections.

There are several contested city races in Delaware County – Dean Sherman and John Curran for Manchester City Council; Greg Preussner and Joe Vorwald for Delhi Mayor; Cathy Harris and Michael Feldmann for Hopkinton Mayor; Michael McElliott, Bradley Woods and Melvin Campbell for Ryan City Council; Alex Davis, Larry Beaman, Shawn Wilson and Laurie Kramer for Delhi City Council; and Vern Feldmann, Scott Gibbs, AJ Koloc and Bob Burgin for Dundee City Council.

There are also a couple of contested school board races in the county – in the Western Dubuque School District, Jessica Pape and Michael Claussen are vying for District 2 Director while Jeff Wolf and Nancy Fett are vying for Director District 4. And in the Starmont School District, Terry Seedorff, Julie Uhlenkamp, Anthony Robert Recker and Kevin Powell are vying for seats on the school board.

This year’s election is different than usual because it combines both city elections and school board elections. Delaware County Auditor Carla Becker says it was a decision made by the Iowa Legislature.

Here is a list of those polling places in Delaware County:

Adams and Hazel Green Townships vote at Ryan City Hall

Colony Township votes at the Colesburg Community Center

Delaware Township votes at the Delaware County Rec Center

Delhi Township and Delaware Corporation vote at St. John’s Parish Hall in Delhi

Honey Creek and Elk Townships vote at St. Mark’s Parish Center in Edgewood

Manchester Ward One votes at the Manchester Fire Station

Manchester Ward Two votes at the Delaware County Community Center

Manchester Ward Three votes at Seibert Park Memorial Hall

Milo and Prairie Townships vote at the Delaware County Conservation Building

Oneida, North Fork and Bremen Townships vote at the Earlville Civic Center

Richland and Coffins Grove Townships vote at the Dundee Community Center

South Fork and Union Townships vote at the Hopkinton Community Center

Polls will be open from 7 am to 8 pm tonight. Tune in to KMCH for live election coverage tonight after Beckman volleyball coverage – we’ll have the results as they start to come in.