Ramsey residents have selected six candidates for two wards and one at-large council seat for the Nov. 6 election.
Moving onto the November ballot for the at-large council seat will be John LeTourneau with 55.19 percent of the vote, who was the leader with 963 votes, and Joe Field with 18.28 percent of the vote.
Incumbent Jeff Wise received only 16.28 percent of the primary vote, with the support of 284 voters. Challengers Thomas Towerman received 6.48 percent and Rick Chubb collected 3.78 percent of the votes.
Although incumbent Colin McGlone will be heading to the November election with 29.43 percent of the vote, challenger Mark Kuzma placed first in the primary race with 60.59 percent, or 352, votes. Bob Sibilski received only 9.98 percent of the Ward 2 votes.
In the Ward 4 race, Chris Riley, who received 52.8 percent of the vote, will face off with Wayne Buchholz, who received 24.53 percent of the vote, in November.
Although Rebecca Brown had asked people not to vote for her, 17.99 percent of the voters cast a ballot in her favor. The final contestant in the race, Jeremy Chubb, received 4.67 percent of the vote.
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