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County board seats up for election in west central Minnesota

Incumbents seeking reelection and candidates hoping to win a spot on county boards will be on ballots Tuesday during the general election. There are competitive races in most west central Minnesota counties. Using data from the Minnesota Secretar...

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Incumbents seeking reelection and candidates hoping to win a spot on county boards will be on ballots Tuesday during the general election.

There are competitive races in most west central Minnesota counties.

Using data from the Minnesota Secretary of State's website, the West Central Tribune is listing candidates for area counties.

Chippewa County

District 3

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Tim Christensen

Dave Nordaune, incumbent

District 2 Commissioner Jeffrey Lopez and District 3 Commissioner Jim Dahlvang are running unopposed.

Kandiyohi County

District 2

Steve Ahmann

Douglas E.

Reese, incumbent

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District 4 Commissioner Roger Imdieke and District 5 Commission Harlan Madsen are running unopposed.

Lac qui Parle County

District 3

Graylen Carlson, incumbent

John Maatz

District 5

Roy Marihart, incumbent

Jim Nelson

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District 1 Commissioner Todd Patzer is running unopposed

Meeker County

District 2

Greg Gilbertson

Joe Tacheny

District 4

Mike Housman, incumbent

Greg Nelson

District 3

Commissioner Bryan Larson is running unopposed

Renville County

District 5

LaMont Jacobson, incumbent

Rick Schmidt

District 1 Commissioner Randy Kramer and District 3 Commissioner Doug Erickson are running unopposed

Swift County

District 1 Commissioner Gary Hendrickx, District 3 Commissioner Pete Peterson and District 5 Commissioner Eric Rudningen are all running unopposed.

Yellow Medicine County

District 4

Ron Antony, incumbent

Allen E. Simonson

District 5

Marty Grabow

Glen Kack

District 3 Commissioner Gary L. Johnson is running unopposed

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