Voters will head to the polls Tuesday to decide who will serve on area boards of education and other matters. The polls open at Noon and close at 8-p.m., Tuesday. In Cass County, persons desiring to vote, but who are unable to go to their polling center on election day, may cast a vote early at the Cass County Auditor’s Office at the courthouse, in Atlantic. Voting hours are 8-a.m. to 5-p.m. today (Monday), and 8-a.m. to 11-a.m. Tuesday.
Auditor Dale Sunderman reports there are very few contested races in Cass County. One of the races is for an At Large seat on the Atlantic School Board, where incumbents Kristy Pellet and Josh McLaren as well as challenger Bob Reilly, are vying for two open seats on the board.
In the Griswold School District, incumbents Steve Baier and Robert Peterson, along with challenger Denise Bridges, are vying for two At Large seats on the School Board. Scott Peterson and Thomas Jay Moore are unchallenged for their respective District 3 and District 4 seats on the board.
There are no challenges in the CAM School District, where Chuck Kinzie and Gary Dinkla are the incumbents for the North and South Districts, respectively, and Nick Kaufman is the At Large incumbent.
There will also be two public measures on the ballot in Cass County, with regard to property tax levies for Iowa Western Community College.