In the City of Plymouth there is a race for mayor with Republican incumbent Mark Senter being challenged by Democrat Josh Walker. Republican incumbent Plymouth Clerk/Treasurer Jeanine Xaver is being challenged by Cathy Huff Wraight on the Democrat ballot.
There are three seats for City Council at Large and the Republicans and Democrats each have three candidates running the fill those seats. Votes will have the opportunity to select their three from any of the six on the ballot. On the Republican ticket there is Greg Compton, Nick Fisher and incumbent Bill Walters. The Democrats have incumbent Jeff Houin and Robert Listenberber and Jim Vinall.
The City Council also has four seats representing the four districts. In district one Republican incumbent Duane Culp is being challenged by Democrat Alejandro Cortes. District two is currently represented by Republican Don Ecker Jr. and Ecker is running unopposed in the November race. District three is currently being represented by Democrat incumbent Shiloh Carothers Milner. Shiloh is being challenged on the Republican ticket by Linda Secor. District four is currently represented by incumbent Republican Randy Longanecker. He is being challenged on the Democratic ticket by Angie Rupchock-Shafer.
Other towns in Marshall County also have races that will send voters to the polls. In Bourbon Town Clerk/Treasurer incumbent Democrat Kim Berger is being challenged by Melissa Shawn Clanton.
The Culver Town Council At Large has three seats open. Incumbents Republican Ginny Bess Munroe, Democrats Richard “Rich” West and Libertarian Joel Samuelson are being challenged Republicans Judy Price Reynolds and Sally Ricciardi.
The Town of LaPaz has a race for Clerk/Treasurer. Wendy Birk the Republican will challenge the Democrat Lorraine Dove.
Registered voters can vote absentee in the Marshall County Clerk’s office Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. till 4 p.m. The last day to vote absentee is Monday, November 4th at noon.
Anyone wishing to vote using the travel board may call 935-8713.
Voting on Election Day, November 5th will be from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. in five Vote Centers: the Matchett Center in Bourbon, at the LaPaz Fire Station and in Culver at the Depot. There are two Vote Centers in Plymouth, the National Guard Armory and the Knights of Columbus.
Voter will also have the opportunity to vote absentee on the two Saturdays prior to Election Day, October 26th and November 2nd from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Culver Depot or at the Marshall County Clerk’s Office.