On the April 3 general election ballot, Lincoln County voters will have a number of choices to make for city and county offices.
Candidates in contested races for local offices were asked to introduce themselves by filling out a questionnaire and making some comments about themselves and their views. This week we will hear from the candidates for Merrill Aldermanic District 4 and 5, Lincoln County Supervisor candidates for Districts 3, 10 and 20 as well as the lone incumbent to the MAPS Board of Education and the candidates from the Merrill Mayoral race. Following is the response from Lincoln County 3rd Supervisory District incumbent Tyler Mueller.
Tyler Mueller – Incumbent
Family: Married; son, Gabriel; two dogs.
Education: Merrill High School graduate, Class of 2003; I then went to NTC and UWSP for general studies. When I realized that I wanted to serve the community, I went back to school for Fire Science and EMT-basic. I then wanted to further my education and went through paramedic school and graduated in 2009. I am currently working on obtaining my Bachelor’s degree in Fire Science and Emergency Management.
Employment: Seven-year veteran Firefighter/Paramedic with the City of Merrill Fire Department and active member of L847. Involvement: Lincoln Country Board of Supervisors District 3, since 2016; active member of St. John the Baptist Church in Bloomville.
Comments: “The past two years have gone by very fast and I have learned a lot. I have a lot more to learn and look forward to doing so. If anyone in or out of my district has any concerns that they would like brought up or answered please fell free to contact me.
Ray Bloomer – Challenger