PONTIAC — Only one Democrat is on the county-level Nov. 6 ballot in Livingston County, and none of the candidates has a contested race.
County-level candidates, all Republicans, are circuit clerk incumbent Judith K. Cremer, Pontiac; state’s attorney newcomer Seth Uphoff, Peoria; and Coroner incumbent Mike Burke, Pontiac.
Voters will decide eight seats in nine-way races in County Board districts 1 and 3.
District 1: Democrat Earl Reintz, Pontiac; and Republicans William Fairfield, Pontiac; newcomer Carolyn Gerwin, Pontiac; Kathy Arbogast, Pontiac; newcomer Randell M. Wittenberg, Pontiac; G. Michael Ingles, Pontiac; John L. “Jack” Vietti, Pontiac; newcomer Kelly Cochran Cohlman, Pontiac; Marty Fannin, Pontiac.
District 3: Democrat newcomer Deborah Kelley-Howard, Saunemin; Republicans William H. Peterson, Fairbury; Mark E. Runyon, Fairbury; Vicki K. Allen, Cullom; Carl Borngasser, Fairbury; Stanley R. Weber, Chenoa; John L. Yoder, Gridley; Tim Shafer, Fairbury; and newcomer Paul Ritter, Pontiac.
District 2 has no contests for its eight seats. Running are newcomer Ronald L. Kestner, Ancona; Daryl N. Holt, Dwight; William G. Flott, Dwight; Joseph D. Steichen, Kempton; Robert F. Weller, Dwight; Robert E. Young, Emington; newcomer Joan Bullard, Odell; and Judy L. Campbell, Manville.
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