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Thomas Julian files for re-election to Saint Robert municipal judge position
SAINT ROBERT, Mo. (Dec. 16, 2009) — The second day of candidate filings for school boards and city councils was even slower than the first, with only incumbent Municipal Judge Thomas Julian of St. Robert filing candidacy papers on Wednesday.

Julian joins nine other candidates, all but three of them incumbents, who turned in candidacy papers on Tuesday, which was the first day of candidate filings. Challengers Mark Sasfy, Tommy Nichols and Nathan Purdome are seeking positions on the Crocker, Dixon, and Waynesville school boards, respectively.

Candidate filing began Tuesday and runs until Jan. 19 for the April 6 election. Voters have until March 10 to register for the April 6 election.

Unlike county elections where candidates must register with the county clerk’s office in the courthouse, candidates for school boards, city councils, fire districts, water districts, and other special districts go to their city clerk, school board secretary, or other designated official to turn in their candidacy papers. The only candidates who must register with the county clerk are those running for the Pulaski County Health Board.

A complete list of incumbents and declared candidates for school and city elections follows.

Most school board races are for three-year terms and most city council races are for two-year terms. The exceptions are in Waynesville, where Councilman Perry Miller was appointed to fill the balance of a two-year term in Ward II and is seeking election to the second year of his term, and in Laquey, where an open one-year school board position is available because Wendy Wood resigned from the board. Both communities also have regular two-year city council and three-year school board seats available.

City Councils
(All two-year seats unless otherwise specified)

St. Robert City Council
Ward I: Alderman Ralph Cook (filed 12/15)
Ward II: Alderman Ed Spotts (not yet filed)
Ward III: Alderman Todd Williams (filed 12/15)
Ward IV: Alderman Bill Urena (not yet filed)
Municipal Judge: Thomas Julian (filed 12/16)

Waynesville City Council
Ward I: Councilwoman Twyla Cordry (not yet filed)
Ward II (full term): Councilman Tim Mann (not yet filed)
Ward II (one year): Councilman Perry Roberts (not yet filed)
Ward III: Councilman Ed Conley (filed 12/15)
Ward IV: Councilman Butch O’Riley (not yet filed)

Crocker City Council
Ward I: Alderman Jeff Curry (not yet filed)
Ward II: Alderman Charles Stroburg (not yet filed)

Richland City Council
Ward I: Alderman Chris Lane (not yet filed)
Ward II: Alderman Gary Brown (not yet filed)
Ward III: Alderman Nathan Sheridan (not yet filed)

Dixon City Council
Ward I: Alderman Steve Martin (not yet filed)
Ward II: Alderman Lynn Whitten (not yet filed)
Ward III: Alderman William Carter (not yet filed)

School Boards
(All three year seats unless otherwise specified)

Crocker R-II School District
Incumbents: Don Mayhew (not yet filed), Kris York
Kris York filed 12/15
Mark Sasfy (challenger) filed 12/15

Dixon R-I School District
Incumbents: Tina Vrba, Donny Miller (not yet filed)
Tina Vrba filed 12/15
Tommy Nichols (challenger) filed 12/15

Laquey R-V School District
Incumbents (three-year term): Phil Todd (not yet filed), Danny Click (not yet filed)
Vacant one-year term: (Wendy Wood resigned)

Plato R-V School District
Incumbents: DeWayne Baker (not yet filed), Patti Niebruegge (not yet filed)

Richland R-IV School District
Incumbents: Tom Murray (not yet filed), Rob Black (not yet filed)

Swedeborg R-III School District
Incumbents: Greg Black (not yet filed), Alexis Roam (not yet filed)

Waynesville R-VI School District
Incumbents: Lori Laughlin, Janice Dye (not yet filed)
Lori Laughlin filed 12/15
Nathan Purdome (challenger) filed 12/15

Other Districts
Pulaski County Health Board
Paul Beydler (not yet filed)
Phyllis Graves (not yet filed)
Alice Roam (not yet filed)

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