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Who's running?

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

The following is a list of candidates on the 2011 Municipal General Election ballot for the City of Brazil and the towns of Carbon, Center Point, Clay City, Harmony, Knightsville and Staunton:



Thomas J. (T.J.) Sneddon (Republican)

Brian L. Wyndham (Democrat)

Steven A. Lamb (Independent)


Mary E. Fisher (Republican)

Karen L. McQueen (Democrat)

Council Member At-Large

Patricia (Pat) Heffner (Republican)

Tyler W. Hutcheson (Democrat)

Council Member, Ward 1

Gary D. Rickert (Republican)

P. Brad Deal (Democrat)

Council Member, Ward 2

Samuel (Sam) N. Glover (Republican)

No Democrat candidate

Council Member, Ward 3

No Republican candidate

Ann Bradshaw (Democrat)

Mark A. Bedwell (Independent)

Council Member, Ward 4

Dustin C. Jorgensen (Republican)

William G. (Bill) Lovett (Democrat)



Diane G. Fields (Independent)

Town Council

David A. McFaddin (Independent)

Dennis E. Rightsell (Independent)

Josephine A. Rightsell (Independent)



Roger R. Campbell (Republican)

No Democrat candidate

Town Council

Helen L. Hoffa (Republican)

Donald William Moreau (Republican)

Roy A. Smith (Republican)

No Democrat candidate



Danny J. Wilson (Republican)

Melinda Sue Booe (Democrat)

Town Council

Roy W. Chenoweth (Republican)

Robert L. Freeman (Republican)

Guy J. Dickerson (Democrat)

Richard (Dick) Sutton (Democrat)

Tammy Sue (Fulk) Wilson (Democrat)



No Republican candidate

No Democrat candidate

Donna Jan Mullinix (Independent)

Town Council, Ward 1

Elmer W. Pollard Sr. (Independent)

Town Council, Ward 2

Leslee Ann McDonald (Independent)

Town Council, Ward 3

Brian David Mathis (Independent)

Town Council, Ward 4

Opal Janice Gooch (Independent)



Jason M. Walker (Republican)

Charlotte Reyher (Democrat)

Town Council

No Republican candidate

David M. Brown (Democrat)

Debra S. Cress (Democrat)

Charles M. (Mike) Kester (Democrat)



Catherine L. Mienheartt (Republican)

No Democrat candidate

Town Council

William A. (Andy) Kirchner (Republican)

Bradley W. (Brad) Webster (Republican)

Edward A. Nevins (Democrat)

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and NO ONE will do anything different!

-- Posted by carebuttonbroke on Wed, Aug 3, 2011, at 10:17 PM

Maybe Brazil will have to lead the way by not only rocking the boat, but tipping the sucker clean over! I like the idea of an Independent running for Mayor, but he has the fight of a lifetime overcoming the dual party rhetoric that will be spewing forth incessantly. I like T.J. as well for he will not bend to the old biddy mentality.

Karen McQueen, Ann Bradshaw, Brad Deal, Pat Heffner and Sam Glover are no-brainers. I think a moderate Republican mayor or an Independent is the BEST BET OF ALL!

If you have any hope at all at keeping that town alive, VOTE FOR THE ONE'S WHO GIVE A DAMN ABOUT YOUR TOWN!!

-- Posted by karenmeister on Wed, Aug 3, 2011, at 11:16 PM

Well this election will be easy. So glad to see Mrs. Bradshaw back in it, Best of luck Mrs. Bradshaw! Good luck Mr. Lamb, I would really love to see you get elected Mayor. :)

-- Posted by TheShadow on Wed, Aug 3, 2011, at 11:29 PM

If the citizens of this town want a good mayor and have a chance at getting the budget balanced and things run with common sense, they will vote in Brian Wyndham.

-- Posted by Jolly on Thu, Aug 4, 2011, at 8:46 AM

Just my opinion!!!!!! T.J. Sneddon is trying to take on to much too fast, he needs to fulfill the obligation he recently was elected to and get some experience behind his belt...... Bryan Wyndam has his hand in WAY too many pots now to focus on a Mayor position... Steve Lamb is a good choice. Bradshaw did more good than she is getting credit for that was good for our community considering the funds she had to work with.

Mind you I have nothing against any of them I am just voicing my opinion.

Be careful folks we have people behind some of these candidates with agendas like the F.O.P. etc...

-- Posted by purehonesty on Thu, Aug 4, 2011, at 9:52 AM

purehonesty~ I couldn't agree more. Nicely put. :)

-- Posted by TheShadow on Thu, Aug 4, 2011, at 9:48 PM

Lamb as independent is a joke. He will just carry on the agenda of the Bradshaw administration. Wake up people. We need someone new!

-- Posted by Faire Lady on Mon, Aug 8, 2011, at 4:05 PM

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