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Stone seeks re-election to school board; Dubois draws two hopefuls

Aug 19, 2014 By Kelli Ameling, Staff Writer

Three more people in Fremont County have filed to become candidates in the general elections.

Third-party and independent candidates started filling the general-election ballot since their filing period opened Aug. 6. College and school board hopefuls have been throwing their hats in the ring since the same date. The filing period covers seats that do not have a primary election.


Adria Trembly and David Stinson, both of Dubois, filed Monday to become a Fremont County School District 2 trustee. They join Karen Chandler, of Dubois, who filed Aug. 6.

Filing as a candidate for Fremont County School District 25 Board of Trustees was incumbent Mark Stone, of Riverton, on Monday. Stone also is running asa Republican for Fremont County sheriff in Tuesday's primary. He joins incumbent Jody Ray, who filed Aug. 6, Larry Corson, who filed Aug. 11, and John Boesch Jr., who filed Aug. 11.

Previous filings

Constitution candidate Daniel Clyde Cummings, of Casper, filed Friday to become a U.S. Representative. He joined Libertarian candidate Richard Brubaker, of Riverton, who filed on Aug. 8.

Also on Friday, Dallas Coando, of Fort Washakie, was the first to file as a candidate for the District 21 Board of the Trustees.

Another candidate, James Hendry, of Lysite, filed as a candidate for the Lower Wind River Conservation District rural supervisor Friday. He joins Rolan Himes, of Riverton, who filed Thursday.

Jim Butkovich, of Dubois, became a candidate for the Dubois Fire District Sub District 5 director on Aug. 14.

Brett Berg, of Lander, filed on Thursday for the District 1 Board of Trustees. He joins Linda Barton, of Lander, who filed Aug. 6 and Kirk Schmidt, of Lander, who filed Aug. 8.

Catherine Keene, of Kinnear, filed Aug. 14 for the District 6 board. Keene joins Dawn Leonhardt, of Riverton, who filed Aug. 6 and Shane Sanderson, of Kinnear, who filed Aug. 11.

No candidates filed Aug. 12 or Aug. 13.

Larry Corson, of Riverton, filed to represent sub district 2 Central Wyoming College Board of Trustees.

Nicole Schoening, of Riverton, also filed for the position.

Alfred Redman, of Ethete, also filed Monday for a chance as a trustee in District 14. He joins Melissa Friday, of Ethete, who filed Friday, and Carlton Underwood, of Fort Washakie, who filed Aug. 6.

Six candidates filed on Aug. 8.

Joseph Porambo, of Casper, filed as a Libertarian for the U.S. Senate spot.

Libertarian Dee Cozzens, of Lovell, filed as a Governor hopeful.

Libertarian Kit Carson, of Cheyenne, and Constitution-party candidate Jennifer Young, of Lingle, both are seeking a spot as Secretary of State.

Four candidates filed on Aug. 7.

Both John Campbell, of Riverton, and Paul Downey, of Shoshoni, filed as candidates for the Fremont County Fire District director.

Robert "Bob" Genner, of Dubois, become a candidate for the Dubois Fire District sub district 3 director position, on Aug. 7.

Robert Davis, of Riverton, filed to be a candidate for director of the Mountain View Cemetery District.

Ten candidates filed on Aug. 6, which also included Fremont County school boards and the CWC Board of Trustees.

Filing on opening day was Mickey Douglas, of Lander, for CWC sub district 4.

Incumbent Stephanie Kessler, of Lander, also filed as an Independent on Tuesday for Fremont County Commission District 4.

Two candidates filed for the Popo Agie Conservation District on opening day; Jack Corbett and Bryan Hamilton, both of Lander.

Ron Wilmes, of Jeffrey City, filed as a candidate for the Jeffrey City Fire District.

The general election filing period will close at 5 p.m. Monday.

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