October 11, 2020
4 Wayzata City Council Candidates Compete For 2 Seats
It is less than a month to the general elections and Wayzata residents will choose two city council candidates of a total of four on the ticket. Current council members Dan Koch and Alex Plechash are seeking reelection while planning commissioners Cathy Iverson and Jeffrey Parkhill are looking to join the city council.
August 10, 2020
Democratic Candidate Challenging Incumbent Republican For Minnesota Senate District 33 Seat
Democratic candidate Gretchen Piper is challenging incumbent Republican Sen. David Osmek for the Minnesota Senate District 33 seat.
The City of Wayzata falls in Senate District 33.
August 6, 2020
2 City Planning Commissioners File For City Council Seats
Two Wayzata Planning Commissioners have filed for city council seats.
Both Cathy Iverson and Jeffrey Parkhill filed this week.
August 2, 2020
Democratic Candidate Challenging Incumbent Republican For Minnesota House District 33A Seat
Democratic candidate Caitlin Cahill is challenging an incumbent Republican Rep. Jerry Hertaus for the Minnesota House District 33A seat.
July 28, 2020
Wayzata City Council Member Johanna McCarthy Running For Mayor
Wayzata City Council Member Johanna McCarthy officially filed for candidacy for Mayor of Wayzata Tuesday.
July 23, 2020
4 Compete For Third Congressional District Seat
U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips is up for re-election in Minnesota Congressional District 3.
Wayzata is located in Congressional District 3.
Phillips will be challenged in the August 11 primary by fellow Democrat Cole Young.
Meanwhile, Republicans Leslie Davis and Kendall Qualls will square off in the primary.
Wayzata Mayor Ken Willcox has announced he will not seek re-election this fall.
July 22, 2020
Six Compete For Hennepin County Commissioner District 6 Seat
Jan Callison is not seeking reelection to the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners serving the 6th District. The city of Wayzata is within the 6th District.
February 2, 2020
Willcox was elected mayor in 2008 after serving on the city council and the city planning commission. He ran unopposed in 2008, 2012 and 2016. He told Wayzata.com that he is “undecided” as to whether he will run again for mayor in 2020.
Council members Koch and Plechash are currently in their first four-year term. Both ran unopposed in 2016.
Pleschash told Wayzata.com that he intends to run for re-election this year. And so did Koch.