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Two of Three Fayette County Supervisor Seats Up for Election Next Fall

 There will be at least two new members of the Fayette County Board of Supervisors next year.  

Current Supervisor and Board Chair Jeanine Tellin has decided not to seek re-election and did not file nomination papers by last Friday’s deadline. Supervisor Marty Stanbrough has also decided not to run for re-election. 

For the two at-large seats coming open, a total of seven candidates have filed to run in the June Primary. All candidates are Republicans including Jeffrey Bunn, David Eick, Bruce T. Lehmann, Bennet David Pattison, Jay F. Peterson, Robert Sadler, and Ray Stevens.

Fayette County Recorder Karen Ford will not seek re-election, leaving Republican candidate Kristie Reierson to run unopposed. County Attorney Wayne Saur has also decided not to run again, leaving Democrat Nathan Lein as the only candidate who filed to run for the office.

Incumbent County Treasurer Kyle Jacobsen will seek re-election and is currently the only candidate in the race. 

Mark Pitz

News Director/Weekdays 10am to 2pm on 95.9 KCHA
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