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County Incumbents File to Return

 

February 9, 2022 | View PDF



As of February 2nd, all incumbent Cheyenne County officials with terms expiring in 2022, have filed for re-election.

Those filing for re-election are Clerk Beth Fiegenschuh, County Attorney Paul Schaub, Sheriff Adam Frerichs, Assessor Melody Keller, Commissioner 2nd District Darrell Johnson, Treasurer Shelley Bowlin, Commissioner 3rd District Philip Sanders and Clerk of the District Court Debra Hume.

Also filing for Clerk of the District Court is Mindy Wiegand.

All incumbents or officeholders have until February 15th to file for the Primary Election. Non-incumbents have until March 1st to file for office for the Primary Election.

Candidates who have filed in other races are Shad Benish and Ryan Borges for Leyton School Board, Joe Nicklas and Linda Shoemaker for Potter-Dix School Board and Brenda Smith for Sidney School Board. Joe Nicklas, Linda Shoemaker, Ryan Borges and Brenda Smith are incumbents.

The Village Board of Trustees will not appear on the Primary Election ballot, but will be on the ballot in the General Election.

Filing deadlines for the Village Board of Trustees is July 15th for incumbents and August 1st for non-incumbents.

Those who have filed for Village Board of Trustees are Eli Weyerts and Michael Feinstein for the Gurley Village Board.

Applications for an early voting ballot may be filed in the Clerk’s Office at this time. The form can be picked up at the Clerk’s Office, mailed, faxed, emailed or downloaded from the County Clerk’s web page at cheyennecountyne.net/clerk. Completed applications may be dropped off at my office, mailed to P. O. Box 217, emailed to [email protected] or faxed to 308-254-5049. Please complete the form in full. The voter may change the address on their registration by using the Application for Early Voting. The voter cannot change their political party. They may change the address only.

Polling places for Dalton, Gurley and Lodgepole have been changed. The polling places are as follows: Dalton – Assembly of God Church Gurley – Salem Lutheran Church Lodgepole – Lodgepole Community Hall. Potter will remain at the Potter Fire Hall. These changes are for Dalton, Gurley and Lodgepole only. Letters will be sent to the voters affected by this change. If there are any questions, please reach out to the County Clerk’s Office.

 

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