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Candidates file to run for office in areas across the region

The following candidates filed to run for office in the past few days in west central Minnesota, as reported on the secretary of state's Web site. An (I) denotes an incumbent. Candidates for county offices may file in their county auditors' offices.

The following candidates filed to run for office in the past few days in west central Minnesota, as reported on the secretary of state's Web site.

An (I) denotes an incumbent.

Candidates for county offices may file in their county auditors' offices. Most legislative candidates file with the secretary of state.

In the case of districts that do not cross county lines, they may file with county auditors.

Candidates may file through 5 p.m. on July 18. They have until 5 p.m. July 20 to withdraw their candidacies if they choose.

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The Tribune will publish a full list of candidates in the area after filings close.

State Representative

District 13B: Bonnie Wilhelm, Republican, Willmar

State Senate

District 20: Roger Dale, Republican, Hanley Falls; Gary W. Kubly (I), DFL, Granite Falls

Meeker County

Commissioner District 4: George Ruhland, Eden Valley

Pope County

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Commissioner District 4: Paul Anderson, Starbuck

Renville County

Commissioner District 2: Bob Fox (I), Franklin

Commissioner District 4: John Stahl (I), Olivia

Soil and Water Supervisor District 4: Kathryn K. Kelly, Olivia

Yellow Medicine County

Commissioner District 1: Jane Remiger (I), Wood Lake

Commissioner District 2: Lynn W. Anderson (I), Granite Falls

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Auditor/Treasurer: Carolyn Sherlin (I), Granite Falls

Recorder: Kay (Nerdahl) Zempel, Granite Falls

Attorney: Keith Helgeson (I), Granite Falls

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