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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

The General Municipal Election in Oregon County will be held Tuesday, April 6.

The filing dates for this election were Dec. 15, 2009, to Jan. 19.

March 10 is the last day citizens can register to vote in the Municipal Election. Contact the clerk at the Oregon County Courthouse for information on how to register to vote.

Filing dates for county offices is now underway and run from Feb. 23 until March 30. County officials election will be held Aug. 3.

Those running for a position during the General Municipal Election on April 6 include:

Thayer School District II -- two directors will be chosen to serve as members of the Board of Education for a term of three years: Wendy Carhart, Jed Underwood, Bob Eckman.

One position for Alderman of the Second Ward, city of Thayer, for a two year term: R. Steve Alford, Rosie Simpson.

One position for Alderman First Ward, city of Thayer, for a two year term: Mike Harber, Mary Jane Pounders.

Alton R-IV School District -- two directors will be chosen to serve as members of the Board of Education for a term of three years: Keith Combs, Dennis Smith, Mike McElmurry, M. Wayne Howell.

For the position of Mayor for the city of Alton, a two year term: Richard Haigwood, William T. Young.

One position for Alderman-At-Large, city of Alton, a two year term: Dinah Slaughter, Tom Young, Steven Crigler.

Oregon-Howell District No. III -- two directors will be chosen to serve as members of the Board of Education for a term of three years: Ron McNear, Melody Simpson (Jedlicka), Ray Blaylock, Ronnie Roberts Jr.

For the position of Mayor for the city of Koshkonong: Tom Lowe.

Two positions for Alderman-At-Large for the city of Koshkonong: J.D. Stevens, Paul Roe.

Winona School District No. III -- two directors will be chosen to serve as members of the Board of Education for a term of three years: Garry Bland, Patrick Miley, Carol Denning.

Hours for voting on April 6 will be from 6 a.m. until 7 p.m.



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