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GOP seeks council candidates for November

Sat, Jan 27th 2024 07:00 am

The Grand Island Republican Committee is actively seeking candidates interested in running for the open Town Council position.

Whoever wins the special election on Nov. 5 will fill the remaining year of the four-year term vacated by Supervisor Peter Marston.

The council position would then be up for the general election in 2025 for a four-year term.

The committee said it is seeking as candidates “Grand Island citizens of passion and ability that wish to serve their community and believe in the Republican principles of low taxes and small government.”

Interested candidates must address a letter of intent, including a resume, to be received no later than Wednesday, Jan. 31, to be considered. After reviewing the letters and resumes, the Grand Island Republican Committee will invite all qualified prospective candidates to be interviewed on Saturday, Feb. 3. The committee will hold an endorsement meeting on Feb. 10.

Letters of intent and resumes should be sent to chairwoman Kristin Ochs at [email protected], and Dan Sperrazza at [email protected].

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