Lamont County residents are beginning to check out the list of candidates vying for their votes.
In Division One, Daniel Warawa was acclaimed to continue representing that area on council.
Division Two is the busiest race in the county, with incumbent Wayne Woldanski facing competition from Michael Burant and George Kolmas.
Division Three has a clean slate with no incumbent. Running to represent the area is David Diduck and Robert Peyton.
In Division Four, incumbent Roy Anaka will face off with Terry Levicki, while in Division Five, Neil Woitas wants incumbent Robert Malica's seat.
Because Lamont County has a reeve instead of a mayor, there isn't a mayoral race, instead, the elected council will appoint a reeve.
Advance voting is on October 10 at the Lamont County Administration Building from 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., while October 16's vote will be at various stations around the county.
More information on Lamont County's election is on their website.

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