CHARLES CITY, IA – Area residents had the opportunity to meet and hear from all of the people running for the County Attorney and County Supervisor positions at Wed nights Candidate Forum. Three people have thrown their hat in the ring for County Attorney.
Ann Troge of Charles City is in private practice and feels her life experience as well being a life long resident of the community make her the best person for the job:
Rachel Ginbey of Rockford is an assistant Cerro Gordo County Attorney with a strong background in prosecution who also has long time ties to Floyd County:
William Baresel of Charles City is acting Floyd County Attorney and says his 4 years of working in the Community and training and working as the County Attorney have prepared him for the job and he is very grateful for the warm welcome he has received:
There are 3 Candidates for 2 open positions on the Floyd Co Board of Supervisors.
Duane Vance of Floyd is a farmer and businessman and when asked why he decided to run for Supervisor, he had this to say:
Mark Kuhn of Rural Charles City feels his varied business experience, as well as serving as a State Legislator and County Supervisor, give him a unique ability to continue to get things done in the County that he feels passionate about:
Doug Kamm of Charles City feels like he is really getting a feel for the job now and thinks its important to try to be part of the solution. He also says he just loves Floyd County his comments about his family history sparked laughter from the crowd:
The Forum was hosted by the American Association of University Women and the Charles City Area Chamber and moderated by Community Development Director Mark Wicks.