Four advance in Kearney City Council race

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KEARNEY, Neb. (KSNB) - The lone incumbent in the field leads the four candidates to advance to the general election for the Kearney City Council.

Randy Buschkoetter led all candidates with 2,277 votes. Joining Buschkoetter on the November ballot will be Tami James Moore with 1,775 votes, Marion McDermott with 1,409 votes and Michael Wilken with 812 votes.

Those four will be vying for two council seats in the at-large election. Also on the ballot were Chais Meyer and Eric Mortimore,

With Buschkoetter as the only incumbent running, it assures that there will be at least one new member on the Kearney City Council after the general election.