Musolf, Boucher advance to St. Louis County Board general election

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DULUTH, MN — We now know who will be running for a St. Louis County Commissioner seat formerly held by Pete Stauber.

Keith Musolf and current Hermantown Mayor Wayne Boucher have advanced to the special general election for the county’s fifth district seat, which is scheduled for August 13th.

Boucher and Musolf received 30% and 28% of the vote, respectively.

The election is being held due to former Commissioner Pete Stauber’s election to Congress.

Candidates listed on the ballot also included Robert Wagner, Wayne Boucher, Keith MacDonald, Keith Musolf, Kal Randa and Timothy Herstad.

The seat represents multiple townships in the region, including Solway, Mdway, Lakewood, Gnesen, Canosia, Brevator, and Duluth, as well as the cities of Hermantown, Rice Lake and Proctor.

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