Tomorrow, candidate choices include a U.S. senator, a number of
state and county offices, and several other area positions.
Positions are contested in both Republican and Democratic races.
Voters will have a selection of candidates to choose from for the
positions of a U.S. senator, the governor, lieutenant governor,
treasurer and comptroller.
See ballots for full listing of positions and candidates:
Regionally, the current state representative seat for the 100th
District has a Republican contest between Bill Hinrich and incumbent
Locally, the county has two official positions being contested by
five candidates and a board seat contested, all Republicans.
For Logan County treasurer, Vicki L. Dugan and Charles N. "Chuck"
Conzo are vying for retiring Mary Ellen Bruns' position.
Mary Kelley, Suzann Maxheimer and Rachel Bunner are each seeking
to fill the remaining two years on the circuit clerk seat vacated by
Carla Bender. Bender accepted a state position earlier this year.
Arthur E. "Andy" Anderson III and James H. Griffin are both
seeking the county board seat being vacated by District 5
representative Gloria Luster.
Two other county seats are opening. District 3 is currently held
by John Stewart of Mount Pulaski and District 4 is held by Gloria
Luster of Lincoln.
District 3 has no candidate filed. M.E. Gene Rohlfs is seeking
the seat for District 4.
Running unopposed to maintain their board positions are Charles
Ruben, District 1; Bob Farmer, District 2; and Kevin Bateman,
District 6. This will be Bateman's first run at election. He was
appointed to fill the remaining two-year term of Michael McIntosh
when McIntosh was elected state's attorney.
Current Logan County Board members
(Effective Dec. 1, 2008-Nov. 30, 2010)
District 3 (2012)
District 6 (2012)
Robert D. Farmer,
District 2 (2010)
David R. Hepler,
District 4 (2012)
District 5 (2010)
District 1 (2012)
District 5 (2012)
District 1 (2010)
District 2 (2012)
John Stewart, Mount
District 3 (2010)
Terry W. Werth, Lincoln;
District 4 (2010)
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Decisions will be put to Lawndale and Atlanta voters concerning
taxable property. The Lawndale Light District is seeking an increase
to the extension limit of either 5 percent or the consumer price
index, whichever is less.
Atlanta has a public question that could provide additional
funding for the public library.
These proposals are found lastly on a nonpartisan sample ballot:
The interpretive details beneath the questions are worth a look
before going to the polls.
See Where They Stand for more information on candidates and the
See list of polling places: