And the candidates are…

Candidates have been announced, for City of Grand Forks, School District 51 and Area D.

The race is on!

Nominations for November’s elections closed Friday. Candidates will vie for regional district, school district, and city councilor and mayoral seats. Following is a list of candidates, presented as voters will see on the ballot Nov. 15.

CITY OF GRAND FORKS – MAYOR

(elect one)

DEMSKI Peter

KONRAD Frank

SEMENOFF Donna

TAYLOR Brian

WYERS Cher

CITY OF GRAND FORKS – COUNCILLOR

(elect six)

BUTLER Julia

DICK Lorraine

EBURNE-STOODLEY Zak

FAUSTEN Richard

HAMMETT Chris

KOROLEK Cathy

KROG Neil

MARK Baun

O’DOHERTY Patrick

PODMOROFF Larry

ROSS Colleen

SMITH Gary

TAYLOR Teresa

THOMPSON Christine

VAN EWYK Monique

WIRISCHAGIN Michael

 

AREA D:

KENDEL Bob

PEREPOLKIN Irene

RUSSELL ROLY

Grace McGregory is acclaimed in Area C; Area E is seeing a race between Bill Bosovich, Vicki Gee and incumbent Bill Baird.

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 51

Area D (elect one)

REID David

RICH Valerie Alice

 

City of Grand Forks (elect two)

HARSHENIN Kenneth

JEPSEN Katie

MASSEY Jaime

REZANSOFF Teresa

Cindy Strukoff was unopposed and retains her seat as Area C representative on the school board. Also unopposed and claiming seats in Area E are Rose Zitko, Cathy Riddle and Mark Danyluk.

Candidate forums will be held on Oct. 22 (city councilor, School District 51) and Nov. 5 (mayor, Area D). Both forums will be held at the Grand Forks Secondary School auditorium starting at 6 p.m.

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