Candidate announces run for Superior City Council
Garner Moffat has announced his plans to run for a seat on the Superior City Council. Moffat is seeking representation for the third district.
Candidates for this race must submit at least 20 unique signatures of registered voters in their district to qualify. Moffat submitted 112 signatures.
In addition to serving on the Superior Plan Commission, Moffat also serves on the Douglas County Historical Society board and works as a board clerk for the North Shore Community School. He holds a degree in Organizational Leadership from the College of Saint Scholastica along with extensive coursework in Community Development and Urban Planning from St. Cloud State University. Moffat has over 20 years of experience serving on municipal & nonprofit boards and commissions in Superior, Duluth, and St. Cloud.
“I have the passion, compassion, and knowledge to make Superior a better place for us all,” shared Moffat in a press release. “Please help me be your community-minded nerd and vote Moffat on February 21st.”
This City Council seat was recently vacated by Warren Bender, who resigned in December.
Two candidates from the primary election on Tuesday, February 21 will advance to a special election on
Tuesday, April 4th. The winner will have a one year term.