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Final List of Candidates in Local City/School Elections

Joe Denoyer - June 1, 2017 12:36 pm

2017 City/School Election FILINGS

NEW Candidate Filings
CITY OF LIBERAL             USD 480
Andy Stewart                       Elsa M. Fraire
Travis Combs                       Royce Kitts
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Filings to date

CITY OF LIBERAL                            KISMET CITY COUNCIL
Dave Harrison (5-19-17)                  Bryan Garrison (5-23-17)
Chris Jiminez Carlile (5-19-17)      Jason Jennings (5-30-17)
Dean Aragon (5-23-17)                    Emery Ball (5-31-17)
Taylor Harden (5-23-17)                  KISMET CITY MAYOR
Connie L. Seigrist (5-24-17)            Rodney Lewis (5-23-17)
Justin Varnes (5-25-17)
Rick Rose (5-26-17)                          SCCC/ATS BOT
Ron Warren (5-26-17)                     Dustin R. Ormiston (5-11-17)
Gary Andrews (5-26-17)                  Ron Oliver (5-16-17)
Jimmy Dean Holman (5-30-17)     Casey Mein (5-18-17)
Dale Harrold (5-30-17)
Andy Stewart (6-1-17)

Travis Combs (6-1-17)

USD 480                                             USD 483 (MEMBER DIST 2)
Noé Tolento, Jr. (5-10-17)               Ron Eakes (5-11-17)
Cindi Martin (5-17-17)                     Antonio Arellano (5-26-17)
Nick Hatcher (5-23-17)                   Sharla Arrington (5-31-17)
Matthew Durler (5-30-17)
Alan Brown (5-31-17)
Elsa M. Fraire (6-1-17)
Royce Kitts (6-1-17)

 

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