Anthony Wayne Area Candidates Urge Voters: Head To Polls On November 5

When Anthony Wayne-area voters head to the polls on Tuesday, November 5, they’ll have plenty of choices – at least in some races.

Four candidates are vying for three seats on the Anthony Wayne Board of Education: Jeff Baden, Pam Brint, Jayna Reagan and Andrew Teet.

In Waterville, Tim Pedro was the sole candidate to file to run for mayor. Four candidates are running for three council seats: Barb Bruno, Todd Borowski, Rod Frey and Todd Gagné.

In Whitehouse, Mayor Don Atkinson and village council members Rebecca Conklin-Kleiboemer and Mindy Curry are running unopposed. Bob Keogh’s petitions to run for re-election were disqualified due to a clerical error. Council will decide in January how to fill the vacancy.

In Monclova Township, fiscal officer Gavin Pike and trustee Chuck Hoecherl are running unopposed.

In Providence Township, fiscal officer Julie Ludwig doesn’t face any competition, but incumbent trustee Jeremiah Floyd is being challenged by James Stang. Providence Township residents will also vote on a permanent 3-mill fire levy.

In Swanton Township, fiscal officer Peggy Michael is running unopposed. Incumbent trustee Gary Schroeder will face Jeffrey Powers in the polls.

In Waterville Township, incumbent trustee Brett Warner is running unopposed.

Polls are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

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