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Local results are in

 

November 5, 2020

The unofficial results are in for the 2020 council elections for Moorcroft and Pine Haven.

Moorcroft welcomes incumbent Ben Glenn for another term and Paul Gallegos to the governing body. Glenn has been an active part of this council for several years and employs a working understanding of the ever increasing issues facing the town’s representative congress. Gallegos, while a new comer to the council, brings a fresh perspective to the governing of the town.

Pine Haven’s council fills three seats this year with all candidates incumbent.

John Cook, who has been acting mayor for the last several months, has been voted into the office now by the municipal constituency.

Karla Brandenburg is a recognized and active member of the council and has been entrusted by the public to continue to be so.

Emily Smith, who was appointed to cover Cook’s seat when he stepped into the office of mayor, is relatively new to the field, but in the last few months has gained experience through her service.

Expectation is high as these individuals, who will take their seats in January, prepare to do business on behalf of the municipalities for the coming term.

County seats

The unofficial results are in for the 2020 council elections for Moorcroft and Pine Haven.

Moorcroft welcomes incumbent Ben Glenn for another term and Paul Gallegos to the governing body. Glenn has been an active part of this council for several years and employs a working understanding of the ever increasing issues facing the town’s representative congress. Gallegos, while a new comer to the council, brings a fresh perspective to the governing of the town.

Pine Haven’s council fills three seats this year with all candidates incumbent.

John Cook, who has been acting mayor for the last several months, has been voted into the office now by the municipal constituency.

Karla Brandenburg is a recognized and active member of the council and has been entrusted by the public to continue to be so.

Emily Smith, who was appointed to cover Cook’s seat when he stepped into the office of mayor, is relatively new to the field, but in the last few months has gained experience through her service.

Expectation is high as these individuals, who will take their seats in January, prepare to do business on behalf of the municipalities for the coming term.

 
 

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