BRITT | With Election Day less than a week away, here are the individuals running for election or re-election in cities across Hancock County.

Polling places will be open from noon to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

Britt – Britt Municipal Building, 170 Main Ave. S.

Mayor: Ryan Arndorfer

City Council (vote for 2): Chad Luecht, Paul Verbrugge

Council to fill a vacancy (vote for 1): Stacy Swenson

Public Measure: Shall the city of Britt, Iowa, establish a continuing capital improvement reserve fund under Iowa Code 384.7 for the purpose of road infrastructure, public safety equipment, public works vehicles, utility infrastructure, improvements, etc., and certify taxes at the rate of 67.5 cents per $1,000 of taxable value each year until terminated by election, by resolution adopted by the city council or by petition of eligible electors of the city of Britt?

Corwith – Corwith Community Center, 110 Wayne St.

Mayor: None

Council (vote for 2): Matt Hobscheidt, Tim Poage

Council to fill a vacancy (vote for 1): None

Crystal Lake – Crystal Lake Town Hall, 225 State Ave. S.

Mayor: Les Leibrand

City Council (vote for 2): Doris Haugland, Nic Moore

Garner – Garner Public Library, 416 State St.

Mayor: Ken Mick

City Council (vote for 3): Dennis Drabek, David Greiman, Bernard Korsa, Tim Schmidt, George Smith.

Goodell – Goodell Community Hall, 315 Broadway St.

Mayor: Ryan Halfpop

City Council (vote for 3): Mark Stille

Kanawha – Kanawha City Hall, 121 N. Main St.

City Council (vote for 3): Shirley Baker, Tammy Countryman

Klemme – Klemme City Hall, 204 E. Main St.

Mayor: Ken Blank

City Council (vote for 3): Morris Crotty, Kody Trampel, David Welsh

Woden – Woden Community Center, 208 Main St.

Mayor: Kathy Brown

City Council (vote for 3): William Rout, Jeff Stucki

Reach Reporter Ashley Stewart at 641-421-0533. Follow her on Twitter at GGastewart.

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