City Council Candidates Announced for November Ballot

This November, there will be several contested city council races across Delaware County.

The Delaware County Auditor’s Office released the list of candidates this week.

In Manchester, newcomers Diane Hammell and Linda Schmitt are running for At-Large. Incumbent Mary Ann Poynor is running unopposed for 2nd Ward.

In Dyersville, At-Large incumbent Tom Westhoff is being challenged by Ashley Wohlers. Ward 3 incumbent Mike Oberbroeckling is being challenged by Ben Ellison and Manessa Gaul. And Jim Gibbs is running for re-election in Ward One.

In Colesburg, Loras Matt and Amy Neuhaus are running for the two council positions.

In Delaware, there are five open council spots, with four candidates running – incumbents Kevin Clark, Burton Davis and Richard Lahr and newcomer Barb Ries.

In Delhi, there are eight candidates running for three open positions on city council – they include Holly Botos, Craig Davis, Al Freiburger, Aran Klostermann, Susie Luensmann, Dan O’Connell, Joe Vorwald and Brett Wall. Brianne Wulfekuhle is also running to fill a vacancy on the Delhi City Council.

In Dundee, Tiffany Westerhuis, Kasey Curtis and Dylan Ronnebaum are running for the three open council spots.

Earlville has three open council positions – Dean Conrad has filed to run.

In Edgewood, there are three open seats on city council, with incumbents Kirby Kendrick and Jason Sullivan running for re-election.

In Greeley, incumbents Michael Schmitz, Kimberly Goranson and Adam Kelley are running for the three open council spots.

Hopkinton has two open council positions, with incumbents Julie Davis and Janet Buckner on the ballot.

Masonville also three candidates for its three open council seats – they are incumbents Gerald Alden, Nellie Marting and Charles Rettinger.

And in Ryan, there are three open seats on city council, with incumbents Bradley Woods and Wade Feldmann running for re-election.

Election Day is November 2nd, with voters also deciding on seats for mayor and school board. We’ll let you know who the school board candidates are across Delaware County in tomorrow’s KMCH Local News.

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