Municipal elections move forward in Levy County  

Election ballot box vote

In Levy County, three cities will move forward with elections on April 4 and three others will sidestep the ballot box after candidates ran unopposed.  

Bronson, Inglis and Yankeetown will host elections this year with 19 candidates contending for eight open seats. Meanwhile, incumbents swept Cedar Key, Chiefland and Williston, letting the cities cancel the election  

In Bronson, council seats two and four will appear on the ballot. Mark Kjeseth and Virginia Phillips are running for seat two. Jordan Jabbar, Franklin Schuler Jr. and Julie Stalnaker are running for seat four.  

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Inglis Mayor Michael White will run against Harry William Brodhead, Michael Andrew White and Steven D. Schwing for the mayoral seat.  

Five other candidates will vie for two at-large commission seats: Carter Jay Shackelford III, Daniel Hill, Shelby Gerber, Susan Sims (incumbent) and Veronica Jo Reardon. 

For Yankeetown, five candidates will appear for three city council seats: Katerina Atherley, Adam P. McNiece, John David Pisano, Jeffrey C. St. John (incumbent) and Laurence J. Vorisek.  

The deadline to register to vote in Levy County was March 6. 

The city of Newberry also canceled its municipal elections after all three incumbents ran unopposed.  

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