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In Bonner County the candidates for local offices are plentiful. Nine people, including incumbents Steve Klatt and Wayne Newcomb, are vying for two commissioner seats.

Two-term Sheriff Chip Roos is facing three challengers while Prosecutor Tevis Hull, who filed as an independent, will be in a three-way race. In Boundary County, longtime Prosecutor Randall Day also is being challenged - by his own deputy prosecutor, Denise Woodbury. Following is a list of candidates who filed for county offices:


District 1 Commissioner

Steve Klatt, incumbent (D)

Bud Meuller (R)

Doreen Anders (R)

Gary Carlson (R)

Patty Douglas (Independent) District 2 Commissioners

Wayne Newcomb, incumbent (D)

Brian E. Orr, (D)

Larry Allen (R)

Paul Votava (R) Sheriff:

Evan “Chip” Roos, incumbent (R)

Mark B. Jones (R)

Pete Robinson (D)

Dave Morgan (D) Prosecutor:

Tevis Hull, incumbent (Independent)

Phil Robinson (R)

John Topp (D)

(The names of independent candidates will appear only on the general election ballot, not on the May 28 primary ballot.)


District 1 Commissioner

Bob Graham, incumbent (Independent)

Murreleen Skeen (R)

Robert Vickaryous (R) District 2 Commissioner

Orrin Everhart, incumbent (D)

Kevin Lederhos (R) Sheriff:

Greg Sprungl, incumbent (D)

Ron Navarro (R) Prosecutor:

Randall Day, incumbent (R)

Denise Woodbury (R) , DataTimes

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