Mike Gamache, Debbie Johnson and Reid Oines will all compete in the Aug. 12 primary election, with the top two vote-getters appearing on the general election ballot to represent District 5 on the Anoka County Board. The district includes parts of Andover, Coon Rapids and a small portion of Fridley.

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With current Coon Rapids Mayor Tim Howe not running for re-election, it has opened the floodgates for candidates who will vie in the Aug. 12 primary election. Hoping to be one of the two top vote-getters, ensuring a spot on the Nov. 4 general election ballot, are: Ronald Bradley, Jerry Koch, Ron Manning, Jerry Pierce, Phil Rosar, Ted Schmolke and Eric Sykes.

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A field of five candidates will vie in the Aug. 12 primary election to be one of two on the general election ballot to represent Ward 3 in the city of Coon Rapids. Running in the primary are: Ethan Campbell, Wade Demmer, Scott Nellis, Alan Williams and Ethan Yang. The seat is currently held by Paul Johnson, who is not running for re-election.

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With Ward 5 Councilmember Bruce Sanders not seeking re-election, voters in this district will choose from three new candidates in the Aug. 12 primary election. Hoping to be on the Nov. 4 ballot in Ward 5 are Travis Johanson, Brad Johnson and Valerie Weaver.

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