People continue to file as candidates for local city and school board offices.

People continue to file as candidates for local city and school board offices.

Candidates have until noon June 3 to file for municipal and school board races. A primary election will take place in August, and the general election will be in November.

In the race for Leavenworth City Commission, current Commissioner Nancy Bauder recently filed for re-election. And Camalla M. Leonhard also has filed as a candidate, according to officials with the Leavenworth County Clerk’s Office.

Leavenworth city commissioners are elected to at-large positions instead of specific wards or districts.

Three positions on the City Commission are up for election this year. The top three vote-getters among the candidates will be elected to the commission.

In the race for Lansing Board of Education, Aaron Yoakam has filed as a candidate.

Members of the Lansing school board also are elected to at-large seats. Four positions on the school board are up for election this year.

Several people already have filed for the Lansing City Council. In the city’s Ward 1, Council member Gene Kirby and Rick Huhn have filed as candidates. Marcus D. Majure has filed as a candidate for Ward 2. Council member Jesse Garvey has filed for re-election in Ward 3. And Council member Gregg Buehler has filed for re-election in Ward 4.

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