Election Information

Election Contacts

Barbara Jones


Dickinson County Clerk
bjones@dkcoks.org
785-263-3774
 
IMPORTANT DATES:
October 17-
Last day to register to vote for November 7 General Election
October 18- Advance voting begins at the County Courthouse
October 31- Last day to request a ballot by mail
November 6- Advance voting end at NOON
November 7-  General Election  Polls open 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM 

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UPCOMING ELECTIONS

  

   

November 7  General Election

  
      

List of Candidates and Special Questions:


 
ABILENE CITY COMMISSION: (3 POSITIONS OPEN)
Michael Hernandez Jr
Kari Bowers
Bruce Dale
Donald Ladd
Terry J Chaput
Tom Bishop
Sharon A Peterson
Chris Ostermann
Todd L Hokanson

DICKINSON CO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BOARD (2 POSITIONS OPEN)
Tony Geiger
Julie Beswick

CARLTON MAYOR (1 POSITION OPEN)
Darren S Rader

CARLTON COUNCIL MEMBERS (5 POSITIONS OPEN)
Gene E Schlesener
Kate Rader
Gina Rader

CHAPMAN COUNCIL MEMBER  (3 POSITIONS OPEN)
Tim Jury
Luan L Sparks
Lee Wolf

ENTERPRISE MAYOR  ( 1 POSITION)
Roy Goss Jr
Jeff Meahl
Terry DeCarlo

ENTERRPISE COUNCIL MEMBER  (2 POSITIONS OPEN)
George Zieger Jr
Joseph Grant
Larry Jantz 

HERINGTON CITY COMMISSIONER ( 2 POSITIONS OPEN)
Rick Freman
Sarah Nistler
Richard Scarff
Marcus Hawkes
 
HERINGTON HOSPITAL TRUSTEE ( 2 POSITIONS OPEN)
Ed Mueller
Howard Hailey

HOPE COUNCIL MEMBER ( 3 POSITIONS OPEN)
David Van Hook
Jared Morgan
David Wendt

MANCHESTER MAYOR (1 POSITION)
Gilbert C Raab
Maggie Slick

MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL  ( 5 POSITIONS OPEN)
Tom Slick
Lonnie Moon Jr
Eric Van Overschelde
Sheryl Schiffbauer
Gregory A Ponton
Marvin O Flora

SOLOMON COUNCI MEMBER ( 3 POSITIONS OPEN)
Jim Haverkamp
Shawn Kirby
Brian Duryea

WOODBINE COUNCIL MEMBER (2 POSITIONS OPEN)
Leslie W Rowlands
Jerry Volkman

USD 393 DIST 1 POS 4
Dustin Dooley

USD 393 DIST 2 POS 5
Denise Miller

USD 393 DIST 3 POS 6
Todd W Brungardt

USD 435  DIST 1 POS 1
Jennifer Waite (unexpired term)

USD 435 DIST 1 POS 4
Kyle Becker

USD 435 DIST 2 POS 5
Chris West

USD 435 DIST 3 POS 6
Jeff Bathurst

USD 473  DIST 1 POS 4
No filing
 
USD 473 DIST 2 POS 2 UNEXPIRED TERM

 Lara Strauss 
 
USD 473 DIST 2 POS 5
Robert G. Haynes

USD 473 DIST 3 POS 6
Michael Rutz

USD 481 DIST 1 POS 3
Tracy Schmidt

USD 481 DIST 1 POS 5
Chad G Johnson

USD 481 DIST 2 POS 6
Michael R Jacobson

USD 487 AT LARGE ( 3 POSITIONS OPEN)
Allie Hawkes
Joni Kappel
Ashley Hartung
Amy Thibodeau
Jeanne' Schantz
Vance E Donahue II

USD 487  UNEXPIRED TERM - AT LARGE
Annetta D Flax 
  
  Special Question for USD #393 
        

Shall the following be adopted?

 
            Shall Unified School District No. 393, Dickinson County, Kansas (Solomon), issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $10,980,000, to pay the costs to:  (a) construct, furnish and equip additions to the existing campus for new classrooms, kitchen, cafeteria and storage areas, and demolish the existing elementary school building; (b) renovate, furnish and equip existing areas for new classrooms, shop class, STEM lab, band room and office space; (c) construct, furnish, and equip improvements to existing District facilities for enhanced safety and security, increased educational and operational efficiencies, infrastructure, parking, building, technology, playground, track, and HVAC improvements, and ADA and other code compliance; (d) construct, furnish and equip a new bus storage facility and demolish the existing structure; (e) make all other necessary improvements appurtenant thereto; and (f) pay the costs of issuance and interest on said general obligation bonds during construction of the project; all pursuant to the provisions of K.S.A. 10-101 et seq., K.S.A. 25-2018(f), K.S.A. 72-6761, and K.S.A. 75-2315 et seq.?

      º YES
 
     º  NO   
  

         SPECIAL QUESTION FOR CITY OF HERINGTON:
     
            Shall the following be adopted?

            Shall the retailers sales tax previously approved and adopted by the Qualified Electors of the City of Herington, Kansas adopted in August 2014 and reading as follows:

Shall a retailers’ sales tax in the amount of one percent (1.0%) be levied in the City, for the purposes of financing the provision of health care services and an adequate level of public services to improve and maintain the Herington Municipal Hospital, to avoid property tax increases if possible, to give voters a choice as to the method used to finance such services, and to provide such other general governmental purposes as may be in the best interest of the City in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 12-187 et seq., and take effect on the first (1st) day of January, 2015 and be effective until December 31st, 2017 when such sales tax for the stated purpose shall cease.”

 be extended for an additional three years and take effect on the first day of January 2018,and be effective until December 31st, 2020 when such sales tax for the stated purpose shall cease.

            ◦Yes
            ◦No