As of Thursday, October 26, 2017
COTTONWOOD Elections are Tuesday, Nov. 7, and voters will be deciding contested seats for the Cottonwood City Council.
A two-year-term position is sought by Linda Nida and Daniel Sigler.
For Nida’s profile, go online at: http://www.idahocountyfreepress.com/news/2017/oct/18/cottonwood-council-safety-services-issue-race/
Sigler submitted information, as per Free Press request, after publication. His candidate profile is as follows:
“I’m Daniel Sigler and I’m running for Cottonwood City Council. Cottonwood is a great place to call home and I am happy to do whatever I can to make it even better. I believe there is room for economic growth in Cottonwood; bringing with it forward-thinking and an opportunity for a younger generation to contribute to a bright future. I want to help attract more young families to Cottonwood and show them there is no better place to raise a family. I also want to help continue to keep Cottonwood a safe and close-knit community as it has always been.”
Sigler was born and raised in Cottonwood. He graduated with a business administration degree from Lewis-Clark State College. He has worked for CHS Primeland for the past six years, and is currently a sales agronomist. Sigler is also a captain on the Cottonwood Fire Department. He is married to Shelbie Sigler, and they have a 1-year-old son named Lincoln.