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The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO - Four look for GOP House nomination
The Republicans squaring off in the primary are Don Ruzicka, Bob Bartelsmeyer and Karl Pritchard, all of Mount Vernon, and Eric Seifried, of Aurora.
, 49, of Mount Vernon, is a longtime resident of Lawrence County.He works in sales.He attended Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Okla., and Missouri State University in Springfield.He served six terms as the clerk of Lawrence County.Bartelsmeyer
entered the race after receiving "several calls from the citizens of Lawrence County
and from some of the leaders in Missouri.They just urged me to return to public service with all of my experience.They said I was the only Republican candidate that can win in November."Bartelsmeyer
supports local control and full funding of public education.
"Another priority is the tax burden on the residents of Missouri," he
* Lawrence County Clerk Bob ...
* Lawrence County Clerk Bob Bartelsmeyer, of Aurora, has been elected president of the County Clerks Association of Missouri for 1989-90.
The Joplin Globe - Online Edition
AURORA, Mo. - After spending three months at a new job in Colorado earlier this year, former Lawrence County Clerk Bob Bartelsmeyer is returning to Aurora, another new job and his family, who had yet to make the move to Colorado.
It just didn't work out, Bartelsmeyer
said of his
position as administrator of elections in Adams County, Colo., near Denver.
"I had some difficulty with the management style of the office," he
Bartelsmeyer's new job is with a company that is developing vote-counting equipment.He has joined Avante International Technology Inc. as business development director and will locate his office in Aurora. He
said the new position "keeps me in the field of elections, voter registration." Bartelsmeyer
resigned his Lawrence
County post in late January.His
wife, state Rep.
The Monett Times Story
Bob Bartelsmeyer, former Lawrence County clerk, will join the office of Douglas County Election Commissioner Carlos Castillo Jr. in Omaha, Nebraska, as new elections manager, Castillo has announced.
...Most recently Bartelsmeyer worked in Mohave County, Arizona, beginning in April, as the administrative supervisor of elections and voter registration.He served briefly as elections administrator for Adams County, Colorado, and represented a voting machine firm.
spent over 20 years as county clerk and election authority for Lawrence
Castillo stated, "[Bartelsmeyer] will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience that will further help the election commission bring greater service and technological innovation to the citizens of Douglas County."
, who officially joined the election commission office on December 8, remarked, "Nebraska is a great place to live and work.
Board of Directors
Bob Bartelsmeyer, District 23 Director, Lawrence County