GARNER | Four Republicans and two Democrats will be on the ballot for two open seats on the Hancock County Board of Supervisors during the primary election on June 5.
Republicans and Democrats will each choose two supervisor candidates from their party to advance to the general election in November.
The Republicans in the race are incumbents Florence “Sis” Greiman and Ron Sweers, as well as Richard Freesemann and Gary Rayhons.
The Democrats who filed nomination papers are Donny Schleusner and Ted D. Hall.
March 28 was the deadline to file nomination papers.
The current county attorney, county recorder and county treasurer are all running unopposed in the Republican primary.
Tracy Marshall and Deborah Engstler have filed for re-election as recorder and treasurer, respectively.
Hancock County Attorney Blake Norman, who was appointed in November to fill the vacancy created by the departure of David Solheim, also filed nomination papers.
The county attorney seat is open this fall because Solheim had one more year left in his current term when he resigned.