MARSHFIELD, WI (OnFocus) – The odd districts of 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 will be up for grabs during the 2022 spring elections. The winner of the elections will have earned a seat on the City of Marshfield Common Council for a two-year term.
Multiple citizens have taken out papers to be a prospective candidate for their respective districts. These citizens must acquire 20-40 signatures from people within their district to be nominated for the ballot.
Nominees must turn in their signatures to the City Clerk’s office before January 4th at 5 p.m. to be put on the ballot for the spring election. If there are multiple citizens running for a position, a primary would be held in February of 2022.
Here are the Marshfield residents that have taken out papers in hopes to run for office in their respective districts as of 12/7/21:
- Mike Feirer (Incumbent)
- Quentin Rosandich (Incumbent)
- Natasha Tompkins
- Ed Wagner (Incumbent) – Has not taken out papers to rerun as of 12/7/21.
- Adam Fischer (Incumbent)
- Tom Buttke (Incumbent)
- Michael O’Reilly
For more information on how you can run for an aldermanic position or the position of mayor, head to https://www.ci.marshfield.wi.us/government/elections_and_voting.php or call City Clerk Deb Hall at (715)486-2023.
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