Elections Roundup: Candidates for City Offices in Eastern Iowa

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Elections Roundup: Candidates for City Offices in Eastern Iowa


Thursday marked the filing deadline for candidates in Iowa's local city elections, which are set for Nov. 7.

Below are candidates for City Council and mayoral offices from select communities in Clayton, Delaware, Dubuque, Jones and Jackson counties. Also listed are ballot questions and other elections.

City of Dubuque candidates, who are subject to primary elections, are not listed as they have a different filing timeline. Visit TelegraphHerald.com for more information about those candidates.

Incumbents are denoted by (i).

DUBUQUE COUNTY

Asbury City Council (Three at-large seats up for election)

Doran Richard Bush

Russ Domeyer

Curt Kiessling (i)

Craig Miller (i)

John Richey (i)

Balltown City Council (Five at-large seats up for election)

Peter Dupont (i)

Hillary Koetz (i)

Shelli Schmitt (i)

Andy Wilwert (i)

Balltown Mayor

Sherri Sigwarth (i)

Bernard City Council (Three at-large seats up for election)

Rory Becker (i)

Patrick Hentges (i)

Jessica Ries (i)

Bernard Mayor

Rick McDonnell (i)

Cascade City Council (Two at-large seats with full terms)

Michael Delaney

Bill Hosch (i)

(At-large seat - to fill a vacancy)

Andrew Oliver Kelchen

Cascade Mayor

Greg Staner

Question to Cascade residents

Should the three-member Cascade Municipal Utilities Board be abolished in favor of a five-member Board of Trustees of the City of Cascade Municipal Utilities Board?

Centralia City Council (Five at-large seats up for election)

Judith Murphy (i)

Verdus Petsche (i)

MaryAnn Reimer (i)

Steve Thul (i)

Nicole Wuertzer

Centralia Mayor

Megan Schmitt

Durango City Council (Three at-large seats up for election)

Tanya Avenarius (i)

Gene Peterson (i)

Robert Lee Clauer

Durango Mayor

Brian Hoffman (i)

Dyersville City Council (Three seats up for election)

At-large

Tom Westhoff

Ward 1

James Gibbs

Ward 3

Michael Oberbroeckling (i)

Dyersville Mayor

Alvin Haas

James Heavens

Epworth City Council (Three at-large seats up for election)

Karen Conrad (i)

Allison Gibbs

Marty Horsfield (i)

Robbie Hosch

Daniel Wilgenbusch

Farley City Council (Two at-large seats up for election)

Justin Phillipp (i)

Joyce Jarding (i)

Farley Mayor

Jay Hefel (i)

Graf City Council (Three at-large seats up for election)

Thomas Hefel (i)

Bob Schilling (i)

Jeffrey Schilling (i)

Graf Mayor

Alicia Soppe (i)

Holy Cross City Council (Two at-large seats, full terms)

Mark Goedert (i)

Paul Maiers (i)

(One at-large seat - to fill a vacancy)

James Behnke

Holy Cross Mayor

Brian Maiers (i)

Luxemburg City Council (Three at-large seats up for election)

Helen Deutmeyer (i)

Richard Steffen (i)

Luxemburg Mayor

Roger Oberbroeckling (i)

New Vienna City Council (Two at-large seats, full terms)

Roger Langel (i)

Michael Leuchs (i)

(One at-large seat - to fill a vacancy)

TJ Kloser

New Vienna Mayor

Pat Hermsen (i)

Peosta City Council (Three at-large seats up for election)

Jesse Begle (i)

Karen Lyons (i)

Kathy Orr

Douglas Weig

Peosta Mayor

Doug Hughes

Larry Mescher (i)

Rickardsville City Council (Two at-large seats up for election)

Neil Lawver (i)

Melvin Wilgenbusch (i)

Rickardsville Mayor

Daniel Doelz (i)

Sageville City Council (Two at-large seats up for election)

Cheryl Hird

Jacob Kenniker

Samuel Kenniker

Sageville Mayor

Wayne Kenniker

Donald Recker (i)

Sherrill City Council (Three at-large seats up for election)

Brian Hefel (i)

Robert Weidenbacher (i)

(One at-large seat - to fill a vacancy)

Roseann Sabers

Sherrill Mayor

Dave Beringer (i)

Worthington City Council (Three at-large seats up for election)

Martin Marugg

Worthington Mayor

William Burger

Zwingle City Council (Five at-large seats up for election)

Helen Brown

Diana Freisinger (i)

Joan Kunde (i)

John Marcus (i)

Michael Petche (i)

Zwingle Mayor

No candidates filed

CLAYTON COUNTY

Clayton City Council (Five at-large seats up for election)

Max Basemann

Brad Johnson (i)

Jon Russett

Clayton Mayor

David C. …

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