Crawford County News
Two county positions to be determined on Tuesday
Plan now to cast your ballot in the November 4 General Election next Tuesday. Voters in Crawford County will choose an associate circuit judge and a prosecuting attorney, and will help determine the next state auditor, U.S. representative for the 8th District, and state representative for the 120th District. All other races are uncontested. There are also four constitutional amendments on the ballot.
Authorities still searching for burglary suspect
Law enforcement officers are still searching for Corey Alan Neff, 26, of Leasburg, a man accused of burglary and theft in the area, but the search has expanded to include others as well.
Democrats outspending Republicans in election
Final financial disclosure reports for candidates for the November 4 General Election were due on Monday to the Crawford County Clerk’s office. The reports show both total receipts and expenditures for this election and revealed that both incumbent Democrats are greatly outspending their Republican challengers.
Numerous felony charges filed recently
The Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney also filed felony charges against the following people between October 12 and 19:
Bernstein challenged by Bell for judge’s position
In the race for Crawford County Associate Circuit Court Judge, incumbent Democrat Scott Bernstein is being challenged by Republican Susan Bell in the November 4 election. Each candidate was contacted by Three Rivers Publishing and given an opportunity to share their thoughts on running for judge. Their responses follow.