Late filings result in several races for elected office
By Jan Schultz
The Imperial Republican
A big surge of filings for elective office hit the Chase County Clerk’s office in the final days before Monday’s deadline.
Chase County Clerk/Election Commissioner Debbie Clark said Friday was a busy day, and a few more candidates put their names on the line Monday.
The late influx of filings resulted in races for both commissioner seats, Chase County Schools board of education and Imperial city council.
A recent filing also created a race for one of the Perkins County seats on the Upper Republican NRD board.
Previous filings in the city of Imperial had already created other races for Imperial mayor and Imperial airport authority.
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