First commissioner forum held


The Republican candidates in the March 15 primary election for two Clinton County commissioner seats stand before the beginning of a forum hosted Tuesday by the Clinton County Tea Party. From left, incumbent Kerry Steed stands next to his March 15 primary opponent, Jim Fife; Terry Habermehl, Brenda Woods, Greg Grove, Scott Holmer and Mike McCarty are competing with each other for a commissioner’s seat being vacated by Mike Curry. Steed or Fife will face Dean Feldmeyer, a Democrat, in November.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Audience members applauded the closing statements of each commissioner candidate.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

The Republican candidates in the March 15 primary election for two Clinton County commissioner seats stand before the beginning of a forum hosted Tuesday by the Clinton County Tea Party. From left, incumbent Kerry Steed stands next to his March 15 primary opponent, Jim Fife; Terry Habermehl, Brenda Woods, Greg Grove, Scott Holmer and Mike McCarty are competing with each other for a commissioner’s seat being vacated by Mike Curry. Steed or Fife will face Dean Feldmeyer, a Democrat, in November.

Audience members applauded the closing statements of each commissioner candidate.

The Republican candidates in the March 15 primary election for two Clinton County commissioner seats stand before the beginning of a forum hosted Tuesday by the Clinton County Tea Party. From left, incumbent Kerry Steed stands next to his March 15 primary opponent, Jim Fife; Terry Habermehl, Brenda Woods, Greg Grove, Scott Holmer and Mike McCarty are competing with each other for a commissioner’s seat being vacated by Mike Curry. Steed or Fife will face Dean Feldmeyer, a Democrat, in November.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Forum-Candidates-1.jpgThe Republican candidates in the March 15 primary election for two Clinton County commissioner seats stand before the beginning of a forum hosted Tuesday by the Clinton County Tea Party. From left, incumbent Kerry Steed stands next to his March 15 primary opponent, Jim Fife; Terry Habermehl, Brenda Woods, Greg Grove, Scott Holmer and Mike McCarty are competing with each other for a commissioner’s seat being vacated by Mike Curry. Steed or Fife will face Dean Feldmeyer, a Democrat, in November. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Audience members applauded the closing statements of each commissioner candidate.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Forum-Audience-1.jpgAudience members applauded the closing statements of each commissioner candidate. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal
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