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October 30, 2013

Five running for two Clinton at-large seats

CLINTON — Clinton voters will decide who will fill five Clinton City Council seats as they head to the polls Nov. 5.

Today, the Clinton Herald will feature profiles on the five people who are vying for two at-large seats. Incumbent Jennifer Graf will face Tom Determann, Andrew Luett, Andy Sokolovich and Grant Wilke. Voters will choose two candidates to serve four-year terms.

Voters in the First Ward will have their choice of First Ward incumbent Maggie Klaes and current Second Ward Councilwoman Julie Allesee for a four-year term. Allesee is running in the First Ward due to a change in ward boundaries. Lynn McGraw is the sole candidate in the open seat in the second ward. Her term will last for two years. Incumbent Bev Hermann and Ed O’Neill will square off for the Ward 3 seat. His or her term will be four years in length. Candidate profiles for those three races were published in Tuesday’s Clinton Herald.

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Nov. 5.

Polling locations are:

First Ward: First United Methodist Church, 621 S. Third St.

Second Ward: Calvary Baptist Church, 1619 Second Ave. South

Third Ward: Ericksen Center, 1401 11th Ave. North

Fourth Ward: Church of the Open Door, 816 13th Ave. North

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