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Homer Republicans Meet Tonight to Select Trustee Candidates

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With the village election season just around the corner, local party caucuses are being held to nominate candidates to run for office.

It’s shaping up to be another contested election season in the Village of Homer where the debate over separate town and village offices continues to prompt candidates to seek elective office and dominates local politics.

The Republican caucus will hold it’s nominating meeting at 7pm this evening in the basement of the Homer Town Hall. Multiple candidates have announced they are interested in running for seats on the Homer Board of Trustees.

Former Republican Mayoral candidate Ed Finkbeiner is seeking a nomination to run for trustee. Finkbeiner narrowly lost in a bid to replace current Mayor Genevieve Suits last March. Political newcomer Patrick Clune is also seeking a nomination to run. Incumbent Republican Trustee Andy Brush has said he is seeking reelection which means three Republicans are seeking two nominations. Finkbeiner and Clune have both said they are against the construction of new village offices and favor a return to the town hall.

Finkbeiner narrowly lost in a bid to replace current Mayor Genevieve Suits last March. Political newcomer Patrick Clune is also seeking a nomination to run. Incumbent Republican Trustee Andy Brush has said he is seeking reelection which means three Republicans are seeking two nominations. Finkbeiner and Clune have both said they are against the construction of new village offices and favor a return to the town hall.

Political newcomer Patrick Clune is also seeking a nomination to run. Incumbent Republican Trustee Andy Brush has said he is seeking reelection which means three Republicans are seeking two nominations. Finkbeiner and Clune have both said they are against the construction of new village offices and favor a return to the town hall.

Incumbent Republican Trustee Andy Brush has said he is seeking reelection, which means three Republicans are seeking two nominations. Finkbeiner and Clune have both said they are against the construction of new village offices and favor a return to the town hall.

Finkbeiner and Clune have both said they are against the construction of new village offices and favor a return to the town hall.

Brush has also told the newsroom he is not in favor of moving the village offices back to the town Hall.

In addition, to Brush incumbent democrat trustee Paul Gower is up for re-election.emocrats are expected to caucus next Tuesday at 7 o’clock at the Homer American Legion. The election is March 15th.

The Democrats are expected to caucus next Tuesday at 7 pmat the Homer American Legion. The election is March 15th.

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