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Coleman, Juarez advance in Mills mayoral race; four Mills City Council candidates advance

City of Mills logo on the dunk tank at the Mills Summer Fest on Saturday, July 9, 2022. (Klark Byrd/Oil City News)

CASPER, Wyo. — Voters narrowed down the field of candidates for Mills City Mayor and for two seats available in on the Mills City Council with the Primary Election wrapping up Tuesday.

In the race for Mills City Mayor, current Mayor Seth Coleman will face challenger Leah Juarez in the General Election after the two secured more votes than candidate Bradley D. Neumiller in the Primary, according to preliminary results from the Natrona County Clerk’s Office. Results are unofficial until certified by state and local officials.

Unofficial results in the primary for Mills City Mayor were as follows:

In the race for the two seats on the Mills City Council, Franklin Bever, Cherie Butcher, Darla Ives and Timothy Sutherland will advance out of the primary to the General Election.

Unofficial results in the primary for the two seats on the Mills City Council were as follows:

  • Franklin A. Bever 19.50%
  • Cherie Butcher 23.74%
  • Conner Cane 6.71%
  • James Hollander* 11.11%
  • Darla R. Ives* 15.43%
  • Timothy Sutherland 22.70%

The two mayoral candidates and the four Mills City Council advancing out of the primary will face off in the General Election this fall. The General Election will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Absentee voting for the General Election will begin on Sept. 23 and run through Nov. 7.

More voting information is available from: