Election 2017Town

Voter’s Guide for Town Candidates

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Introducing the 2017 Voter’s Guide showcasing the candidates for Luther Town Trustee. We asked  each candidate to participate by completing a “get to know me and what my views are” questionnaire. Via email, in person and mail the questionnaires were distributed to each candidate for their voluntary participation, with a deadline of a few days ago.

The six candidates who responded are Trandy Langston, Jenni White, Mike McClure, Paxton Cavin, Herbert Keith and Jason Roach. See their answers here. 

You can also visit the Voter’s Guide here if you would like to ask any or all candidates a question. Thank you to all of the candidates who took the time to participate. After reading through all of their answers, what are your thoughts on the issues presented?

The election is April 4, 2017.

The seven candidates for the four-year term will be listed together on the ballot, and voters will choose THREE candidates. They are:
Paxton Cavin
Ron Johnson
Birlene Langley
Trandy Langston
Andy McDaniels
Mike McClure
Jenni White.

The four candidates for the two-year term will be listed together on the ballot, and voters will choose ONE candidate:
Herbert Keith
Carolyn Lawson
Jason Roach
Cecilia Taft

Incumbents are Langley, Taft and Lawson. McDaniels was appointed last year to fill an unexpired term.

Enjoy the Voter’s Guide, and please submit comments or questions for the candidates.

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One Comment

  1. Thank you so much for providing questions to the candidates and their answers. Awesome to see so many good candidates. Their participation demonstrates a commitment to open communication with the citizens and accountability to their stated issues if elected. The consistency among them regarding the importance of financial management is such a positive. Thank you for providing this platform. Thanks to them for their willingness to serve and be a part of Luther’s promising future.

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