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Wellington Daily News - Wellington, KS
  • Wellington candidate questionnaires

  • Find out what you need to know before next Tuesday's City/School election.
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  • City – Seven of 15 City Council candidates responded to The Wellington Daily News questionnaire that was mailed March 13. The candidates that did respond are listed in alphabetical order below. Click on their name to be taken to that candidate's response.
    Kelly Green
    Jan Korte
    Jarod Nance
    Terry Nunemaker
    John Tracy
    Jim Valentine
    Vince Wetta
    John Brand - Did not respond to the questionnaire by the deadline.
    Noah List - Did not respond to the Wellington Daily News questionnaire.
    Russell Rains - Did not respond to the Wellington Daily News questionnaire.
    Larry Shimer - Did not respond to the questionnaire by the deadline.
    Lannon Taylor - Did not respond to the Wellington Daily News questionnaire.
    Lynne Tompkins - Did not respond to the Wellington Daily News questionnaire.
    Chase Weber - Did not respond to the Wellington Daily News questionnaire.
    Kim Woodrow - Did not respond to the Wellington Daily News questionnaire.
     
    School – Five of six Board of Education candidates responded to the paper's questionnaire that was sent out on March 13. Responding candidates are listed by District, in alphabetical order. Click on the candidate's name to view responses.

    District 1, Position 4
    Maria Cornejo
    Carol Hadorn
    District 2, Position 6
    Kevin Dodds
    Larry Mangan
    Darin Goodrum - Did not respond to the Wellington Daily News questionnaire.
    District 3, Position 6
    Jason Newberry

    Where to vote: In Wellington, voters will cast ballots at the Raymond Frye Complex, 320 N. Jefferson.
    • Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. April 2, 2013
    • Bring a valid, government issued I.D. (Driver's License)
    • There are 15 City Council candidates in Wellington, voters may choose up to, but no more than six. There are no more Wards or Districts, the City votes At-Large.
    • There are six USD 353 Board of Education candidates, divided into Districts and seats. Only one of the six candidates is running unopposed. In a general election, everyone votes for each BOE race on the ballot.
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