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A candidate has come forward to challenge Kalkaska’s controversial village president Jeff Sieting at the ballot box.

Sieting’s violent anti-Muslim and racist Facebook posts brought national attention to the village.

Kalkaska is expected to hold a recall election in May.

The necessary number of signatures have been collected for the recall, and Sieting has until February 26 to challenge the signatures. But it looks like he won’t.

Harley Wales, 45 years old, announced this week that he will run against Sieting.  

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