Field of candidates continues to grow PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 05 May 2010 12:05

By LARRY PHILLIPS
• Daily Leader
The race for a seat on the Seward County Commission District 2 gets more crowded, and a former county commissioner has returned to the campaign by throwing his hat in the ring.
Former city employee and beautification supervisor Ada Linenbroker  (Rep.) filed yesterday for the District 2 seat currently occupied by commission chair Joyce Hibler. Hibler (Dem.) has already filed to run for a third term. Both women will be challenged by Gary Hittle (Rep.) who also filed two weeks ago for that seat.
Former commissioner Randy Malin (Rep.) has filed to run for the county commission District 3 seat currently belonging to Steve “Ike” Eisenhauer. Eisenhauer has yet to decide whether he will run again or not.
In the District 4 race that is open this year, incumbent Elmer W. “Toby” Hale (Dem.) is the only one who has filed to date.
The field may continue to fill up as the deadline for filing for the three available seats is not until noon on June 10.

 

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