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Time has expired for candidates to get their names on the ballot for the April 2, 2024 elections.
Municipal, school board and elected county board seats will all be on the April ballot.
There will be only two contested races. In one, Adam Becquette, former St. Mary police chief, is challenging Mayor Carlton Wyatt for the St. Mary mayor’s position. St. Mary voters will also vote on whether to maintain the city collector position
In Ste. Genevieve, incumbents have filed for reelection without opposition. They are Patrick Fahey, Ward 1, Bob Donovan,Ward 2,Jeff Eydmann, Ward 3 and Joe Prince,Ward 4.
In Bloomsdale, Ward 1 Alderman John Schweigert and Ward 2 Alderman Chris “Sappy” Basler both filed for reelection, unopposed.
The Ste. Genevieve R-II School Board race sees four candidates seeking to fill two positions. David Bova (board president) and Geralyn Diesel, the two incumbents, filed, along with Mike Wolk and Norman Vogt.
Also on the ballot will be the county boards that are elected. (Some county boards are appointed by the county commission; others are elected.)
For the Ste. Genevieve County Memorial Hospital Board, Brock Gibson and Susan Keim have filed.
For Ambulance District, incumbents Nick Werner and Don Kuehn have filed for sub-districts 3 and 4 respectively.
Incumbent Paul Viox filed for Special Road District A and Bruce Giesler for the Lake Forest Clean Water District.
Finally, for the 911 emergency services board, Jason Schott has filed for the four-year chairman position. Dale Whitener filed for one of the two four-year District 1 positions, while Ryan Pollock and Felix Meyer filed for the two four-year District 2 positions.
Jerry Bergtholdt filed for the two-year District 1 spot and Nathan Wolk for the two-year District 2 position.