HAVRE, Mont. (NMB) – The nomination period for the 2022 Election Cycle opens this Thursday, and there are numerous Hill County Offices that will be on the ballot.
For the Hill County Commission, the District 2 seat currently held by Diane McLean will be on the ballot, with a six-year term at stake.
A four-year term for the position of County Attorney, currently held by appointee Lacey Lincoln, will be up for grabs.
Other Hill County Offices with four-year terms up for election include:
- Clerk and Recorder (*incumbent is Susan Armstrong)
- Sheriff/Coroner (*incumbent is Jamie Ross)
- County Superintendent of Schools (*incumbent is appointee Victoria Proctor)
- Auditor (*incumbent is Kathy Olson)
- Public Administrator (*incumbent is Monica Garrahan)
- Treasurer (*incumbent is Sandy Brown)
- Justice of the Peace (*incumbent is Audrey Barger)
- County Conservation District (three seats up for grabs, incumbents are David Sattoriva, Cody Jurenka, and Kim Peterson)
People can also file to serve as Precinct Committeemen and Committeewomen.
The nomination deadline is March 14th.
Primary election day is June 7th, and the General Election will take place on November 8th.