Six candidates will be on the ballot for this spring’s Madison City Commission election. Jenny Wolff filed her nominating petitions with the Madison City Finance Office today (Friday), while Jerae Wire and incumbent commissioner Jeremiah Corbin both filed their nominating petitions on Thursday. Wolff, Wire and Corbin join incumbent commissioner Kelly Johnson, along with Adam Shaw and Patrick Mullen in the race for the two seats open on the Madison City Commission this year.
Today (Friday) is the deadline for candidates interested in running for a seat on the Madison City Commission or Madison Central School Board to file their nominating petitions.
There are currently four candidates also in the running for the two seats open on the Madison Central School Board. Incumbent board member Rob Honomichl, along with Richard Avery, Robert Bergstrom, and Eric Hortness have all filed nominating petitions with the Madison Central Business Office.
A joint city and school board election is scheduled for April 14th.
Madison City Commissioners and Madison Central School Board members all serve three-year terms.