By LeAnn R. Ralph
TOWN OF COLFAX — Four candidates will be on the ballot for the April 7 election for two open positions on the Colfax Town Board.
The Town of Colfax held a caucus January 14 to nominate candidates for the ballot.
Gary Klukas, longtime chair of the Town of Colfax, decided not to run for re-election.
Dean Logslett, who currently serves as Supervisor 1 for the Town of Colfax, will be a candidate for the town chair and will face challenger Roger Larson.
Lisa Bragg-Hurlburt and Ronald Hoffman will be on the ballot for the Supervisor 1 position in the Town of Colfax.
Incumbent Supervisor 2 Gary Bjork is running without opposition.
Colfax Town Clerk Rebecca Kiesow and Colfax Town Treasurer Christine Lorenzen are running without opposition as well.
Klukas has served on the Colfax Town Board for 24 years.
Logslett also has served on the Colfax Town Board for 24 years.
The Colfax Messenger will be sending out questionnaires to the candidates in the next several weeks, and candidate profiles will be published later in February or in March.
Town of Grant
The ballot for the April election in the Town of Grant has only one candidate for each position, and all candidates are incumbents.
Mark H. Dietsche will be running for town chair in the Town of Grant.
Dave Buchner will be running for Supervisor 1.
Brad Larson will be on the ballot for Supervisor 2.
James G. Ackerlund will be running for treasurer.
Town of Otter Creek
The ballot for the April election in the Town of Otter Creek has only one candidate for each position, and all candidates are incumbents on the Otter Creek Town Board, although the two supervisors are switching positions.
Mark Warner will be running for another term as town chair.
Steve Scoll, incumbent Supervisor 2, will be on the ballot for the Supervisor 1 position.
James L. Irwin, incumbent Supervisor 1, will be on the ballot for the Supervisor 2 position.
Anita Rundle will be running for another term as town clerk.
Roberta Guidaboni will be on the ballot for another term as treasurer.