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The Importance of November 5th

November 5th is an important day for two reasons:

  1. It is the deadline to make reservations for our 5th annual Reagan dinner. See details for making reservations at: scottcountyrepublicans.org
  2. It is voting day for municipal elections.

 

November 5 Municipal election information:

The following is a list of Republican candidates running in various elections throughout Scott County. The election is Tuesday, November 5 and the polls are open from 7 AM – 8 PM, except for Maysville, Donahue, New Liberty, and Panorama Park which open at noon. Please be sure to vote.  You can also vote early by mail, to get information on voting early go to: http://www.scottcountyiowa.com/auditor/early_voting.php

 

Bettendorf Alderman at large: Chad Miller

Bettendorf 2nd Ward: Scott Naumann

Bettendorf 4th Ward: Greg Adamson

Bettendorf Park Commissioner: Larry Makoben, Steven Wilger

 

Blue Grass City Council: Charles Barton, James Goodin

 

Buffalo Mayor: Doug Anderson

Buffalo City Council: Dana Jo Smith

 

Davenport City Council at large: Jason Gordan, Gene Meeker, Dale Gilmour

Davenport  2nd Ward: Bill Edmond

Davenport  4th Ward: Ray Ambrose

Davenport  5th Ward: Barney Barnhill

Davenport  6th Ward: Jeff Justin

Davenport  8th Ward: Kerri Tompkins

 

Donahue City Council: Stacey Rose

 

Eldridge  Mayor: Adam Feldman

Eldridge City Council: Brian Dockery

 

LeClaire City Council: Barry Long

 

Long Grove Mayor: Michael Limberg

Long Grove City Council: Cindy Blinkinsop

 

Maysville City Council: Marvin Reimers

 

McCausland City Council: Karen Carsten

 

New Liberty City Council: Lonie Spengler

 

Panorama Park Mayor: William Minard

Panorama Park City Council: David White

 

Princeton Mayor: Keith Youngers

Princeton City Council: Chantele Craig, John Cunard, Darly Welke

 

Riverdale Mayor: Sonya Paddock

Riverdale City Council: George Seaberg

 

Walcott Mayor: John Kostichek

 

Thank you and as always, if you have ideas or suggestions for us, feel free to give us a call or stop by our office. We can always use more volunteers, so if you are interested in helping us , give us a call, 563-823-5854.

 

Thank you,

Judy

 

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