or at least that’s what the real “news” paper had for a headline in tonight’s paper. (we see the filing posted finally on the SOS filing page around 4:30pm)
Democrat Bob Bergren has spent four terms as the House District 33 Representative from Havre. Bergren has reached the term limit for the house and is apparently moving over to now seek the Senate District 17 seat that is currently held by termed-out Senator Kim Hanson. Unless someone else files Bergren will be facing political newcomer Republican Rowlie Hutton, a Havre minister.
Potential candidates have until March 15th, 2010 to file for the following Hill County offices; District 2 commissioner, Clerk and Recorder, Sheriff, Hill County Attorney, Hill County Superintendent of Schools, County Auditor, Public Administrator, Treasurer/Assessor, Justice of the Peace, Senate District 17, and House districts 32,33 and 34.
Also don’t forget that 3 positions are available on the Havre School Board and the Havre Daily Corrector has voted unanimously amongst our bloggers to assist and promote any candidates that will run for one of these board positions against one of these tax-spending give-away artists currently hiding and cowering under the "top-secret" banner.
Also anyone wishing to take back citizen control of either the Hill County Republican or Democrat Party's central committees that have run amuck of voter wishes need file as precinct captains to win the position as the only policy making votes within the parties. You can make a difference! File for the precinct positions.