While races for city of Worthington elected offices were set following last week’s end of the official candidate filing period, there are also multiple other races in place in other multiple Nobles County communities.
In Adrian, David Edwards is facing incumbent John Faber. Running for two expiring city council positions are Dylan Carlberg, Orvin Green, Steven Kellen and Ron Lonneman.
In Bigelow, current mayor Bryan Brandt filed again and has no opponent. Council candidates are Andrew Boneschans, Stacie Golombiecki and Kayla Markus.
In Brewster, Mayor Randy Schmitz is being challenged by Jay Peterson. City council candidates are Lindsay Busch and Monica McCoy.
Filing in Dundee were mayoral candidate Tony Vanden Bosch and council candidates Marcie M. Ash and Dawn Vanden Bosch.
In Ellsworth, incumbent mayor Colette Smythe is being challenged by Joel Farrell. Sandra Sanders and Chad Schultz are both hoping to return to the city council and are being challenged by Jody Hinrichs.
In Lismore, Wayne Bents has filed to run for mayor; current mayor Steven Wieneke did not file. Ryan Schieck filed for re-election to city council; Vickie Lienen did not file for re-election.
In Round Lake, James Adams and Walon L. Habben have both filed for city council. Habben is an incumbent.
Rushmore Mayor Scott Biesemeier has filed for re-election and is unopposed. Four people are running for two city council seats – incumbents Benjamin J. DeVries and Nicole Reiter along with Anthony Lumsden and Kelvin Solomon. Courtney Miller is the only individual who has filed in a special election for a council member.
No city council candidates filed in Kinbrae, and no mayoral candidates filed in Wilmont. Joshua Balster was the sole candidate to file for Wilmont City Council.