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Bowling Green Town Council - Special

Bowling Green Town Council Election- Special ElectionThe Town Council is the seven-member, governing body of the Town of Bowling Green. The Council is responsible for setting all policies and standards for the operation of Town Government, adopting all ordinances and resolutions, adopting the annual operating and capital budgets, setting all tax rates, adopting the five-year Capital Improvement Program, setting all user fees, approving land use and rezoning decisions, and adopting the Town’s Comprehensive Plan.Members of the Town Council serve a 4-year staggered term. Elections occur every two years on even years with 4 positions available for one election and 3 positions available for the next election. Members of the Council must be residents of Bowling Green. Candidates may be endorsed by a political party, but do not run as a member of a party.This year there is a Special Election for the Bowling Green Town Council. In addition to the 3 seats available for the 4-year term on the Town Council, another 2-year position is available because the incumbent was unable to complete the term. The person who wins this special election will complete the remainder of the 4-year term of the vacated seat.Early Voting begins on September 23, 45 days prior to the General Election on November 8, 2022.

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    David W. Storke