- Village board: 3
- CA board: 1
Save the date:
- Wednesday, March 1: Nomination period opens. Petitions are available on the Kings Contrivance village website and at Amherst House (during normal business hours).
- Tuesday, March 21: Completed nomination petitions due to email@example.com or Amherst House by 5pm.
- Saturday, March 25: 150-word candidate statements due to firstname.lastname@example.org or Amherst House by 1pm.
- Friday, April 21 & Saturday, April 22: Election day!
[Updated 4/25] All candidates with asteriks next to their names are elected in 2023.
[Updated 3/23] This year, there are three open seats up for a vote on the Kings Contrivance village board, and the village received two candidate nominations. There was one nomination for the open seat on the CA Board of Directors. Even though it’s an uncontested race, there will still be an election.
- Kings Contrivance village board (3 openings)
- Carol Huegel (154)*
- Barb Seely (154)*
- CA Board of Directors (1 opening)
- Keith O’Neil (168)*
Who can vote:
- All residents over the age of 18 are eligible to vote in Kings Contrivance.
How to vote:
- You can vote in-person or via absentee ballot.
Save the date:
- Thursday, April 6: Absentee ballots are made available. Ballots will be part of the Crown Prints newsletter mailed directly to homes in early April and are also available at Amherst House.
- Thursday, April 20: Absentee ballots due by 5pm at Amherst House. Ballots mailed or dropped off in the mailbox outside of Amherst House.
- Friday, April 21: Election day! In-person voting is open from 5-7pm at Amherst House.
- Saturday, April 22: Election day! In-person voting is open from 9am-1pm at Amherst House. There will also be a spring flea market happening in the parking lot from 9am-12pm.
Have a question about how to run or vote?
For more information, visit the Kings Contrivance Community Association website.