Steven ‘Ike’ Eisenhauer files at last minute PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 11 June 2010 09:59

By LARRY PHILLIPS
• Daily Leader
With the deadline for filing to run for Seward County Commissioner at noon Thursday, incumbent Steven “Ike” Eisenhauer filed for re-election to the District 3 seat on the commission. He was the only one to wait until the deadline, as his opponent in the race, former county commissioner Randy Malin, had filed last month. 
Both men are Republicans and will face each other in the primary on Aug. 3, with the winner going on to the general election on Nov. 2 without an opponent.
Another incumbent, Democrat Toby Hale, will run again for the District 4 seat against former city commissioner Republican Doug LaFreniere.
The last seat up for grabs is in District 2, which is currently occupied by commission chair Democrat Joyce Hibler, who has announced her intent to run for re-election. She will face either Gary Hittle or Ada Linenbroker, both Republicans who will have to face off in the primary with the winner of that running against Hibler in the general election.
With the seat in the U.S. Senate being vacted by Sam Brown, who is running for governor, the chain reaction down the line has an overwhelming number of candidates lined up along the way. There will be nione peoplerunning for that Senate seat – five Democrats and four Republicns.
The seat for the “Big First” U.S. Representatives District 1  is being challenged by seven individuals, but only one is a Democrat.
Here are the unoffical listings of filings as of this morning.
Seward County Board of Commission candidates:
Joyce Ann Hibler
District 2
Democrat
Liberal
Gary L. Hittle
District 2
Republican
Liberal
Ada J. Linenbroker
District 2
Republican
Liberal
Stephen “Ike” E. Eisenhauer
District 3
Republican
Liberal
Randy Malin
District 3
Republican
Liberal
Elmer “Toby” W. Hale
District 4
Democrat
Liberal
Doug Lafreniere
District 4
Republican
Liberal
Nancy Louderback
Fargo Township Clerk
Democrat
Liberal
State and federal candidates for the 2010 
Primary (unofficial)
Robert A. Conroy 
United States Senate 
Democratic 
Shawnee 
David Haley 
United States Senate  
Democratic 
Kansas City 
Lisa Johnston 
United States Senate  
Democratic 
Overland Park 
Charles Schollenberger 
United States Senate  
Democratic 
Prairie Village 
Patrick Wiesner
United States Senate 
Democratic 
Lawrence 
Tom Little
United States Senate 
Republican 
Mound City
Robert (Bob) Londerholm
United States Senate 
Republican 
Overland Park 
Jerry Moran 
United States Senate 
Republican 
Hays 
Todd Tiahrt 
United States Senate 
Republican 
Goddard 
Alan Jilka 
United States House of Representatives
District 1 
Democratic 
Salina 
Jim Barnett 
United States House of Representatives
District 1 
Republican 
Emporia 
Sue (Holloway) Boldra 
United States House of Representatives
District 1 
Republican 
Hays 
Marck Cobb 
United States House of Representatives
District 1 
Republican 
Galva 
Tim Huelskamp 
United States House of Representatives
District 1 
Republican 
Fowler 
Tracey Mann 
United States House of Representatives
District 1  
Republican 
Salina  
Rob Wasinger 
United States House of Representatives
District 1  
Republican 
Cottonwood Falls 
Tom Holland / Kelly Kultala 
Governor / Lt. Governor 
Democratic 
Baldwin City 
 
Sam Brownback / Jeff Colyer 
Governor / Lt. Governor 
Republican 
Topeka 
Overland Park 
Joan Heffington / Mark Holick 
Governor / Lt. Governor 
Republican 
Derby 
Wichita 
 
Chris Biggs 
Secretary of State 
Democratic 
Junction City 
Chris Steineger 
Secretary of State 
Democratic 
Kansas City 
J.R. Claeys 
Secretary of State 
Republican 
Salina 
Elizabeth “Libby” Ensley 
Secretary of State 
Republican 
Topeka 
Kris Kobach 
Secretary of State 
Republican 
Piper 
Steve Six 
Attorney General 
Democratic 
Lawrence 
Ralph J. De Zago 
Attorney General 
Republican 
Herington 
Derek Schmidt 
Attorney General 
Republican 
Independence 
Dennis McKinney 
State Treasurer 
Democratic 
Greensburg 
Ron Estes 
State Treasurer 
Republican 
Wichita 
David J. Powell 
Commissioner of Insurance 
Republican 
El Dorado 
Sandy Praeger 
Commissioner of Insurance 
Republican 
Lawrence 
J. Stephen Alford 
Kansas House of Representatives
District 124 
Republican 
Ulysses 
Dan Widder 
Kansas House of Representatives
District 124  
Republican 
Ulysses 
Carl D. Holmes 
Kansas House of Representatives
District 125
Republican
Liberal
 
Sally Cauble 
Member, State Board of Education
District 5 
Republican 
Liberal 
Bradley E. Ambrosier 
District Court Judge
District 26
Republican 
Elkhart 
Kim R. Schroeder 
District 26
District Court Judge 
Republican 
Hugoton
Important dates for upcoming elections
• Special to the Daily Leader
Elections
2010 Election Dates
JUNE 
June 10 – Noon deadline for canidates to file 
June 19 – Deadline to mail federal service absentee ballots 
JULY 
July 14 – Begin mailing advance ballots 
July 19 – Registration deadline
July 19 – Advance voting in person begins 
July 30 – Last day to apply for a ballot by mail 
AUGUST 
Aug. 2 – Advance voting in person ends at noon 
Aug. 3 – Primary election day
2010 GENERAL ELECTION DATES 
SEPTEMBER 
Sept. 18 – Deadline to mail federal service absentee ballots 
October 
Oct. 13 – Begin mailing advance ballots 
Oct. 18 – Registration deadline
Oct. 18 – Advance voting in person begins 
Oct. 29 – Last day to apply for a ballot by mail 
NOVEMBER 
Nov. 1 – Advance voting in person ends at noon 
Nov. 2 – General election day
— SOURCE: Seward County Elections

 

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