Candidates continue to file their intentions for the municipal elections this year. 

In the City of Plymouth, there are now three candidates on the Republican ticket for Mayor, Greg Compton, John Grolich, and Nick Fisher.  Robert Listenberger is the only Democrat to file for mayor at this time.   Other city positions open are Clerk-Treasurer and Republican Lynn Gorski is the only candidate at this time.  All four district seats on the City Council are open and Republicans Don Ecker Jr. has filed for reelection in District 2 while Randy Longanecker has filed for reelection in District 4.  There are also three At-Large seats open and Republicans Brian Bartlett and Brandon Richie have filed along with Democrat Dave Morrow. 

In the Town of Argos Clerk-Treasurer Lisa Mullaney, a Republican has filed for reelection.  There are also three At-Large seats open and incumbents Shawn Harley a Democrat and Charles Randy Snead a Republican have filed. 

In the Town of Bourbon, incumbent Clerk-Treasurer Kim Berger a Democrat has filed.  There are two At-Large seats open on the council.  Republicans Ward Byers and Terry Clemens have filed for reelection. 

In the Town of Bremen, incumbent Clerk-Treasurer Janet Anglemyer a Republican has filed for her position again and they have four At-Large seats open with incumbent Billy Daily, a Republican being the only candidate to file so far.

In the Town of Culver, the Clerk-Treasurer’s position is open, and three At-Large seats.  Incumbent Republican Karen Heim has filed as well as Democrat Rich West for one of the At-Large seats. 

In the Town of LaPaz, the Clerk-Treasurer’s seat is open, and three At-Large seats.   Three candidates have filed for the At-Large seats, Republican incumbent Roger Ecker and incumbent Democrats Cathy Welch and Ryan Young. 

The Municipal Primary will be held on May 2nd and candidates have until Friday, February 3rd at noon to file in the Marshall County Clerk’s Office for the various seats.