WHITLEY COUNTY — Two Whitley County Commissioners whose terms are ending have announced plans to run for re-election in November.
Don Amber announced Wednesday that he has filed for re-election to his county commissioner position. He has served as the District 3 commissioner since being elected in 2008.
“While I’ve achieved many of the goals that I had placed upon myself in my first three years, there are some issues that remain unresolved and I want to see them to the end,” Amber said.
Tom Rethlake announced Monday his plans to run for re-election.
Rethlake has been a Whitley County commissioner for District 1 since 2000.
“I am running for re-election because I believe I have the experience, time, knowledge and dedication to make a difference in the lives of Whitley County residents,” Rethlake said.
Opposed or un-opposed, both will be on the Republican ballot for the primary election May 8.
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