Countless advertisements and commercials have been on television for months signifying an important date. On Tuesday, Nov. 6 voters will cast their ballots on everything from who our next president should be to voting on the Sleepy Eye School District 84 operating levy.Over the next three weeks the Herald-Dispatch will profile candidates running for state, county, city and school board seats. Each candidate was given the same questions as those running for similar positions. All were given the same basic guidelines and the same amount of time to respond. This week, those running for positions of State Senate District 16B–Jerry (Pike) Pagel, Paul Torkelson and James Kanne–Senate District 16–Ted Suss and Gary Dahms–and Brown County Commissioners–First District Richard Seeboth, Second District James Berg and Third District, Scott Windschitl–will be profiled. (Editors note: Responses were not received from County Commissioners Richard Seeboth and Scott Windschitl).Next week those seeking seats on the District 84 School Board will be profiled on Oct. 18. Candidates for Sleepy Eye City Council will be given their turn on Oct. 25. For voter registration or polling place questions, contact the Brown County Auditors office at 507-233-6618 or visit the Minnesota Secretary of State website at: http://pollfinder.sos.state.mn.us/Turn to page 2 in the print edition of the Herald for candidate profiles. One candidate profile will be featured online per day.