Seven file to run for Princeton mayor

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Seven candidates will be running for Princeton, Indiana mayor in the May 7 primary election.

Mayor
Brad D. Schmitt – Republican
Sherri Smith – Republican
Michael Stilwell – Republican
Greg Wright – Republican
Dan L. Beard – Democrat
James (J.B.) Brines – Democrat
Robert J. Hurst – Democrat

Clerk/Treasurer
Mindy Brines – Republican

City Council, At-Large
Nicholas Burns – Republican
James Price Jr. – Democrat

City Council, District 1
Jan E. Ballard – Democrat

City Council, District 2
William (Bill) Tuley – Republican
James Ear Wilkerson – Democrat

City Council, District 3
Dennis M. Gray – Republican
Jim Maglis – Democrat

City Council, District 4
Roland K. Wagner – Republican
Sheri L. Greene – Democrat
Brandy Vincent – Democrat

The Gibson County Clerk also released a list of the candidates who have filed for the municipal elections in smaller districts. August 1 is the deadline to file for these races:

Oakland City Mayor
James Deffendal – Republican
Gary Bise – Democrat

Oakland City Clerk-Treasurer
Susie Basham – Democrat

Oakland City Council, District 1
Alfred “A.J.” Cooper, Jr. – Republican

Oakland City Council, District 2
Michael R. McGregor – Republican
Brenda G. Willis – Democrat

Oakland City Council, District 3
George E. Armes – Republican

Oakland City Council, District 4
Seth Woolsey – Republican
Steven J. Uppencamp – Democrat

Oakland City Council, At-Large
Charles R. Cochren – Democrat

Francisco Clerk-Treasurer
Jonnie K. Watkins – Democrat

Francisco Town Council, At-Large
Harold L. Everett – Democrat
Steve (Digger) Krieg – Republican
Leo McDonald – Republican
Raymond (Snook) Eugene Dunn – Republican

Owensville Clerk-Treasurer
Tammy Patterson – Democrat

Owensville Town Council, District 1
Matt Sheridan – Republican

Owensville Town Council, District 2
Dwayne E. Matsel – Republican

Owensville Town Council, District 3
Phyllis Gene Mayberry – Republican
Gerald (Jerry) L. Moore – Republican

Patoka Clerk-Treasurer
Stephanie Berry – Democrat

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(This story was originally published on February 11, 2019)

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