The ballot for the Tuesday, November 7th Plymouth Municipal Election has been set.
The Republicans have a full ballot, and the Democrats have a full ballot except for a Clerk-Treasurer candidate.
The Republicans have Greg Compton as their candidate for Mayor and the Democrats have Robert Listenberger. The Republicans also have Lynn Gorski for Plymouth Clerk-Treasurer.
All seven seats on the Plymouth City Council are up for election. Four of the seats are district seats and three of the seats are At-Large seats. The Republican candidates for the At-Large seats are Kayla Krathwohl, Brandon Richie, and Linda Starr while the Democrats are Jennifer Fonseca, incumbent Jeff Houin and David Morrow. For City Council District One the Republicans have incumbent Duane Culp and the Democrat challenger is Megan Rogers. City Council in District Two is Republican incumbent Don Ecker Jr. and the Democrat challenger will be Cayetano (Cooky) Olivarez Jr. For City Council in District Three the Republicans have Andrew Atkins while the Democrats have incumbent Shiloh Milner and for City Council in District Four, the Republicans have incumbent Randy Longanecker while the Democrats will challenge him with Cathy Huff Wraight.
The Municipal election in Argos has incumbent Lisa Mullaney who isn’t being challenged for Clerk-Treasurer. For the Argos Town Council, there are three seats open. The Republican candidates are Robert D. Byers, and incumbent Charles Randy Snead and the Democrats are incumbents Shawn Harley and Gary Schue.
In Bourbon, Clerk-Treasurer, incumbent, Democrat Kimberly Berger is not being challenged. For the two Bourbon Town Council seats the Republicans have incumbent Terry Clemens and Spencer Standley while the Democrats have put up Jonah Best.
In Bremen, the incumbent Republican Clerk-Treasurer Janet Anglemyer is not challenged. For the four Bremen Town Council seats the Republicans have incumbents Bill Daily and Michael Leman, along with Alex Mikel, and Bryan Miller. There are no Democratic candidates for the Bremen Town Council.
In Culver, Republican incumbent Clerk-Treasurer Karen Heim is not being challenged. There are three seats open on the Town Council. There are three Republicans and one Democrat vying for those three seats. Republican candidates are Ginny Bess Munroe, Dana Neer, and incumbent Sally Ricciardi. The Democrat candidate is incumbent Richard West.