Additional Candidates File

By: 
Ed Smith

 

Three-way races for Glasgow mayor and Kerrs Creek School Board member will be taking place this fall. A third candidate in each of these two races turned in papers to the county registrar's office just ahead of the filing deadline of Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Lynda Mundy-Norris Miller qualified to be a candidate for Glasgow mayor. She is running against incumbent Mayor Ruby Ogden Clark and Ray M. “Shorty” Berkstresser.

Susan Lawrence turned in petitions to enter the race for Kerrs Creek School Board member against incumbent Laurie Strong and Heather Hostetter. The signatures on Lawrence's petitions will have to be verified this week before she qualifies to have her name on the Nov. 7 ballot.

Write-in votes will apparently determine the elections of at least one member on both Glasgow Town Council and Buena Vista City Council.

While there are three candidates for mayor in Glasgow, there are only two candidates for three seats on Town Council. Incumbents Monica Dock and Andrea Bradley each filed to run for re-election. The other incumbent whose term expires later this year, Jeremy Kilgore, did not file to run for re-election.

In Buena Vista, incumbents Tim Petrie and John Dyer are not running for re-election to their City Council seats. Melving Henson, the third City Council member whose term expires this year, is a candidate for re-election. Danny Staton is the only other candidate for a City Council seat.

 

 

 

 

 

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