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3 new filings for Morrison County

There were nine new filings on May 26, three of which were for Morrison County. All three filings make the positions contested elections.

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Three new candidates entered the race in Morrison County Thursday, May 26, making all three seats contested elections.

The first one of the three is Todd Krajsa, who filed for the Commissioner District 1 special seat against the incumbent Mike LeMieur.

The second candidate is Jeremy J. Pekula, who filed for the Commissioner District 3 special seat. He is running against the incumbent Randy H. Winscher.

And the final candidate in Morrison County is René Krousey, who filed for Commissioner District 5 seat. She is running against the incumbent Greg Blaine.

In addition to the county filings, there are two new files in the state Senate category. For District 2, Leonard Alan Roy joined the race under the Democratic-Farmer-Labor party. The second filing was Steve Wenzel of the Republican party, who filed for the District 10 seat.

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There were also three filings for the state representative category. In District 6A, Richard (Rick) Blake of the DFL party filed. He is running against Ben Davis of the Republican party.

In District 6B, Sally Boos joined the race. She is running for the DFL party and is running against Josh Heintzeman and Doug Kern, both of the Republican party.

The final filing in the state representative category comes from District 7A. Spencer Igo of the Republican party is the first to file for the district.

Rounding out the filings for May 26 is John Munter who filed for the U.S. Representative District 8 seat. Munter is running in the DFL party. There will be a primary involving him and Democrat Jen Schultz, who previously filed for the seat.

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