Incumbent city council member Chris Sturbaum is eager to get back to work.
“I’m pleased to have some more opportunity to work for this city and the decisions that get made in the middle of the night, it matters what happens and it matters the decisions that get made and I’m still willing to do it for another four years,” said Sturbaum.
Of course, making those decisions isn’t easy when the mayor and city council members disagree, but Kruzan said that’s part of the process.
“We haven’t always gotten along the last eight years and yet all of the council members who were going to endorse in the race endorsed our campaign because I think they sensed a respect for the legislative process. We have differing ideas but we all know we have one thing in common, the best interest of Bloomington,” said Kruzan.
Fellow incumbent Steve Volan and newcomers Darryl Neher and Marty Spechler will join Kruzan on the democratic ticket. With primaries over, the mayor said the real work begins.