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April ballot sees 3 contested Jefferson City races

April ballot sees 3 contested Jefferson City races

January 16th, 2019 in Local News

Vicky Bundy, seated at right, hands Ralph Bray a ballot Tuesday, April 3, 2018, at the polling station inside The Linc in Jefferson City. Down the table are election judges Glenda Robinett and Cynthia Amann, who have been poll workers for two and 10 years, respectively. Bundy also has been an election judge for two years.

Photo by Julie Smith /News Tribune.

The filing period for elected city offices in the April 2 municipal election ended Tuesday, leaving three contested Jefferson City races.

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Incumbent Mayor Carrie Tergin will run for re-election against resident Tiwan Lewis.

Current City Prosecutor Brian Stumpe and local attorneys Angela Silvey and Tim Anderson filed to run for municipal court judge. Former Municipal Court Judge Cotton Walker took over his new position as Cole County associate circuit judge earlier this month.

Local attorneys Gaylin Carver and Scott Evans will compete for the city prosecutor position. Local attorney Todd Miller initially filed for the position but withdrew last week.

Ward 1 Councilman David Kemna, Ward 2 Councilwoman Laura Ward, Ward 3 Councilman Ken Hussey, Ward 4 Councilman Carlos Graham and Ward 5 Councilman Mark Schreiber are running uncontested for re-election.

The mayor serves a four-year term. Council members, the municipal judge and the city prosecutor serve two-year terms.

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