February 9, 2012
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Ahead of Tuesday's primary election, Shawnee's four mayoral candidates answer questions posed by The Dispatch about their run for office.
The four candidates for Shawnee Mayor debated key issues in front of a crowd of about 100 Thursday evening in preparation for the March 3 primary.
The races have been locked in for the upcoming Spring 2015 general election and Shawnee is the only city in Johnson County that will hold a primary election for mayor.
FFormer City Council member John Segale has filed as the third candidate in the 2015 Spring General Election, meaning there will be a primary election on March 3.
Ten years ago, Dan Pflumm and John Segale were sitting next to each other at City Council meetings as Shawnee’s Ward 1 representatives.
Shawnee mayor Jeff Meyers is up for reelection this year. He will face two challengers, Eric Jenkins and John Segale, in the Feb. 28 spring primary election. The two candidates with the most votes will advance to the April 3 general election. Below, The Dispatch features each candidate's key issues.
Segale will face the incumbent and one other challenger in the Feb. 28 primary election for Shawnee mayor
The Dispatch sent written questionnaires to each of the three candidates in the mayoral primary election and is publishing their answers, unedited, online. John Segale's responses are below.