CUSTER COUNTY— Two Custer County Supervisor Districts will be the main focus of the 2020 Primary Election held on May 12, 2020. District 4 and District 6 will be the focal point of this year’s primary as six Republican candidates will lobby for the two available seats.
Those running for the District 4 seat include: Dwain Bryner (incumbent), Blaine Gibbons, and Jeff Wardyn. Voters will have the choice of one candidate to run during the General Election in November.
A similar situation can also be found in District 6 where three candidates are looking to move on to the General Election, but only one seat is available. Voters will have the choice of one candidate from a list of three which include: Donnis J. Hueftle-Bullock, Matthew Eggleston (incumbent), and Lynn Longmore.
The Anselmo-Merna School Board will also have candidates narrowed down as currently there are seven hopefuls, but only six will advance to the General Election. Those who filed include: Jeff A. Baker, Ben Cooksley, Tom Griffith, Courtney Marsh, Brandon Miller, Michelle Miller, and Sandra J. Priest.
Custer County Supervisor District 2: Tammy Kleeb
Arnold District Hospital Board of Directors: Heather Furne and John Phillips
Callaway District Hospital Board of Directors: Greg Johnson, James J. Jenkins, Zachary V. Meyer
Sargent School Board: Chandra Horkey, Tammera Moody, J.D. Keefe, Laura Kipp
Callaway School Board: Michael Reiff, Rhonda J. Pandorf, Jim Phelps
Broken Bow School Board: J.B. Adkins, Mary Shaw, Amy Staples
Arnold School Board: Eric J. Nelson, Duane L. Bowers, Terence A Schacher, Justin Strasburg, Jennifer Dalrymple
Ansley School Board: Peter Cunningham, Tim Loy, Jaimee Bailey
City of Broken Bow East Ward: Lawrence Stump, Christopher Myers (incumbent)
City of Sargent Councilmen: Gerry D. Sheets, Timothy Clayton
Broken Bow Airport: David A. Minnick
Sargent Airport: John D. Troxel