Posted: Oct 21, 2013 9:56 PM by KBZK News
BOZEMAN - City election ballots for Bozeman, Manhattan and West Yellowstone were sent out Monday.
Carson Taylor and John Duncan are running to be the next mayor of Bozeman and six candidates are running for two open seats on the City Commission.
The six candidates running for the City Commission seats are - Christina Boyer, Al Kesselheim, Chris Mehl, I-Ho Pomeroy, Brett Potter and Alisa Voris.
In West Yellowstone, running for a full four-year term for City Council are Willie Binfet, Tom Cherhoniak, Jerry Johnson, Cole Parker and Brad Schmier.
Brenda Martin and Blaize "Doc" Stewart are running for one unexpired two-year term on the City Council.
In Manhattan, David E. Rowell is the only candidate running for mayor while Daniel Ryan and Gregory A. W. Schack are the two candidates running for the two open City Council seats.
All voters will see the Gallatin College Mill Levy on the ballot, which would help fund the two-year college.
It would raise $370,000 a year indefinitely.
All ballots are due in the Elections Office by 8 p.m. on November 5th.
If you think you should have gotten a ballot and did not, or if you would like to register, you can call the Gallatin County Elections Office at (406) 582-3060.