Robert Hoefer of Elgin is the latest candidate to file for re-election to the District #18 Board of Education.
Hoefer is just the latest incumbent to file in what has been a slow filing period.
For the District #18 Board of Education, Hoefer will be seeking to be re-elected to a four-year term on the board. He was first elected to the position in 2010.
He joins Steve Busteed who filed for re-election to a two-year term. Busteed was appointed to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Kim Wells last May.
Incumbents who have yet to file for re-election are Steve Heithoff, Ryan Reestman (four-year terms) and Stan Heithoff (two-year term).
Across town at City Hall, Mayor Mike Schmitt has filed for re-election. After serving a number of years on the Elgin City Council, Schmitt was elected mayor in 2010.
Two incumbents on the Elgin City Council have yet to declare their intentions for 2014. Ward I City Councilperson Shirley Nissen and Ward II Councilman Ken Jochum’s seats on the council are up for election this year.
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