Doland, Faircloth seek GOP nomination for Tama County Supervisor District 4

District includes Garwin and Toledo

The 2024 primary election in Iowa takes place on Tuesday, June 4, 2024.

Ahead of the June 4 Primary Election, Tama-Grundy Publishing reporter Ruby McAllister sent questionnaires to all candidates running in contested races for the Tama County Board of Supervisors including those running for the Republican nomination in District 1, District 3, District 4, and District 5. This week, the newspaper is featuring those running for the District 4 GOP nomination: Mark E. Doland and incumbent Supervisor William Faircloth, both of Toledo.

District 4 includes a portion of Carlton Township, most of the southern half of Howard Township, and Toledo Township. The district encompasses the communities of Garwin and Toledo.

One candidate filed in District 4 for the Democratic primary race, Berleen Wobeter of Toledo. The winner of the June 4 Republican primary will run in the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2024.

The office of Tama County Supervisors District 3 is a four-year term.

Click here for Mark E. Doland’s questionnaire.

The new supervisor districts for Tama County. The county is moving from three to five supervisors following the Nov. 2024 election. District 1 is shown in blue; District 2 is shown in peach; District 3 is shown in green; District 4 is shown in pink; and District 5 is shown in yellow. The five new supervisors will be sworn in to office in January 2025. MAP COURTESY OF TAMA COUNTY AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Click here for William Faircloth’s questionnaire.