City election results are in! Here are the winners of the Alamo elections.
Mayor: Jared Sanford
City Council: Ben Grossnicklaus, Jessi Owen, Trent Braun, Ben Smith, Cody Thorson, David Moss
County Supervisor: Matt Bennet
School Board: Connor Zimmer, Jared Cunningham, Hung Vo
Senators: Trevor Sorensen, Kyle Loecker, Trevor Steinkruger, Alfonso Maciel, Lincoln Ruybalid, Robert Lowe
Mayor Jared Sanford
After the address by Mr. Buffet, Gubernatorial candidates Lucas Fricke (Federalist) and Christian Mapes (Nationalist) faced-off in formal debate. While the delegates held very similar positions on several issues, when the debate came to topics such as education, abortion, and the death penalty, there were clear divisions between the candidate’s beliefs. Both Lucas and Christian proved that they are excellent candidates for Governor. Best of luck, gentlemen!
Candidate Lucas Fricke of Valley Forge.
Candidate Christian Mapes from the Alamo.
Delegates ask the candidates questions.
A Bunker Hill resident asks the candidates a question.
City election results are in! Here are the winners of Alamo elections.
Mayor: Trevor Anderson
City Council: Josh Edger, Dustin Hahn, John Lawson, Brad Meusch, Audel Salazar, Spencer Skolout
County Supervisor: Brendon Henning
School Board: Michael Brodd, Keelan Chapman, Chad Simmons
Senators: Andrew Armatys, William Crosier, Keenan Hahn, Hans Hansen, Matthew Harms, Christian Mapes
Mayor Trevor Anderson
Congratulations to the following people who have won elections and positions in Lincoln County.
County Sheriff: Jack Dodson
County Attorney: Ben Tolliver
County Clerk: Keaton Klein
Clerk of the District Court: Gage Baker and Micah Chvatal
County Treasurer: Joseph Murnan
State Board of Education Members: Luke Castner, Ben Dobson, Brandon Herrick
County Judge: Klayton Kasik
County Superintendent of Public Instruction: Jordan Morrill
Public Defender: Isaac Haahr
Belleau Wood citizens cast their votes
The counseling staff of 2010 Boys’ State has been working hard to make the best possible experience for the finest young men in our State this week. Even after four days of exhaustive effort, counselor Brad Green of the Alamo illustrates that their collective energy and enthusiasm have yet to wane: