City Council Candidates Announced - KULR8.com | Montana's News Leader | Billings, MT

City Council Candidates Announced

Posted: Updated:
BILLINGS, Mont. -

The deadline to file for Billings City Council races was Thursday.

Current Mayor Tom Hanel will run for a second term against John McFadden. The current Municipal Court Judge Sheila Kolar will run unopposed.

Mike Yakawich, Ron Black, and Mihail D. Kennedy will run for the seat in Ward 1. In Ward 2, Angela Cimmino will seek a second term on the council. She's the only candidate running for the position. Rich McFadden will race against Bryce Turcotte for the seat in Ward 3. The Ward 4 race has four candidates. Alvin Swanson JR., David A. Fishbaugh, James Mariska, and John G. Quandt. And finally, in the Ward 5 race, Dennis L. Ulvestad will run against Shaun Brown.

None of the races will have a primary. The general election is November 5th. Ballots will be mailed out on October 16th.

  • LocalMore>>

  • Wake held in Ashland brings awareness to violence within the community

    Wake held in Ashland brings awareness to violence within the community

    Monday, September 25 2017 12:29 AM EDT2017-09-25 04:29:51 GMT

    A wake was held in Ashland today at Ozzy's father's house. Some people said it was a ceremony to say their last goodbyes while others said the wake was to celebrate his life.

    A wake was held in Ashland today at Ozzy's father's house. Some people said it was a ceremony to say their last goodbyes while others said the wake was to celebrate his life.

  • At least 100 NFL players kneel or sit in protest

    At least 100 NFL players kneel or sit in protest

    Sunday, September 24 2017 10:58 PM EDT2017-09-25 02:58:54 GMT

    NEW YORK (AP) - NFL players used the national anthem to show their defiance to President Donald Trump's criticism, with at least 100 players kneeling or sitting in protest and one team staying in the locker room. 

    NEW YORK (AP) - NFL players used the national anthem to show their defiance to President Donald Trump's criticism, with at least 100 players kneeling or sitting in protest and one team staying in the locker room. 

  • Sen. Collins likely against GOP health bill in latest blow

    Sen. Collins likely against GOP health bill in latest blow

    Sunday, September 24 2017 10:55 PM EDT2017-09-25 02:55:10 GMT

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Republican Sen. Susan Collins says she finds it "very difficult" to envision backing the last-chance GOP bill that would repeal the Obama health care law. 

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Republican Sen. Susan Collins says she finds it "very difficult" to envision backing the last-chance GOP bill that would repeal the Obama health care law.