Bragg seeks re-election to city commission

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HURON — Rich Bragg, who currently serves as a Huron City Commissioner, has announced his intention to seek re-election.

In announcing his candidacy, Bragg said “I am excited for this opportunity to continue serving our community. Huron has been a great home for me and my family, as well as a great location to operate my business.”

Bragg has owned Slumberland furniture in Huron for nearly 20 years. He previously served on the Huron Chamber and Visitors Bureau board, and has also served as a board member and Treasurer for Greater Huron Development Corporation.  “I love Huron because there are so many amazing opportunities to become involved.  I have enjoyed working alongside likeminded individuals to make Huron a great place to work and live.”  Bragg said.

Bragg and his wife Jen have two children. Charlie is fourteen and Ellie is twelve.  Jen Bragg currently serves as Executive Director for the United Way Heartland Region.

“The past four years as a City Commissioner have been a tremendous learning experience, and I look forward to utilizing that knowledge to continue to serve and improve the city of Huron.”    

The combined Huron City Commission, Mayoral and Huron School Board election is scheduled for Tuesday, April 9.