Dahms Applies, Brings Field to Nine Applicants
Terry Dahms filed for the Johnson County supervisor vacancy this afternoon. With one day to go the field stands at nine applicants.
Dahms ran for the Board in the 2008 Democratic primary but trailed the three incumbents, 700 votes short of Pat Harney.
Dahms actually won a county-wide election for soil and water commissioner in 2006, but because of convoluted laws limiting membership to one commissioner per township, he lost. Two offices where you can get more votes and lose: soil and water commissioner and President of the United States.
Also applying Thursday afternoon was former (2008-09) UI student government president Maison Bleam, whose CV includes clerking for Chris Rants...