Candidates running for office in Bloomington have filed and an August 8 primary will be held . SD49 volunteers will be needed to help with campaigns. The Senate District 49 Candidate Search committee will be open to talk with candidates that seek our support. If you are willing to volunteer and to help with these campaigns, please contact Randy Sutter (952-835-8917) or Mike Lehmann (612-839-0761).
Bloomington voters will elect four city council members this year: Districts 2, 3, 4, and At-Large.
At-Large Kim Vlaisavlevich (appointed), Nathan Coulter, Michael Arulfo, and Susan “Hofmeister” Woodruff
District 2 (southwest Bloomington) Eldon Spencer (appointed), Cheryl Lewis, Shawn Nelson, and Lenny Klevan Schmitz
District 3 (northwest Bloomington) Jack Baloga (incumbent) and Larry Frost
District 4 (northeast Bloomington) Patrick Martin and Jon Oleson (incumbent)
A Primary Election will be held on August 8 for the At-Large and District 2 seats, as three or more candidates filed for those offices. Two candidates for each seat will go forward to the general election in November.Read more
Bloomington will be holding school board elections on November 7. If you are interested in your local schools and the quality of the education they are providing, you should seriously consider running for the school board in your district. The window of time to explore what it will take is getting short.
Bloomington School Board will have four seats up for election this year. The candidate filing period is August 1 to August 15, 2017. If you have any questions pertaining to filing procedures or reporting, please contact Jennifer Hazel at 952-681-6402.
The Senate District 49 Candidate Search committee will be open to talk with candidates that seek our support. If you are considering running, or if you are willing to volunteer and to help with these campaigns, please contact Randy Sutter (952-835-8917) or Mike Lehmann (612-839-0761).