Creston: 12 candidates for council, three for mayor

Council candidates include four incumbents

A total of 12 candidates are vying for 6 positions on Creston Town Council, and 3 candidates are running for Mayor.

Mayor Ron T Toyota will be running for re-election against Bill Hutchinson former town manager and Mary Jayne Blackmore.

The 12 candidates for council are:

Cherkas, Debbie

Comer, Jen (x) incumbent

DeBoon, Arnold

Drinkle, Trish

Elford, Jim (x) incumbent

Goforth, Karen

Karountzos, Jim

Magrum, Dallas

Tzakis, Ellen

Unruh, Karen (x) incumbent

Vigne, Brandon

Wilson, Joanna (x) incumbent

Candidates have until September 21 to withdraw from the race.

The Creston Valley Advance will be providing further coverage of these candidates. Voting day is Oct.20.

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