Only one contested city council race so far in county
So far, Pulaski County has a grand total of one contested city council race for the upcoming April 8 municipal elections.
Filing for these elections began Dec. 17 of last year and will conclude Jan. 21.
For the City of Waynesville, there are four Waynesville City Council seats that will be on the April ballot.
The one contested race so far is for the Ward 4 seat on the Waynesville City Council.
Michael Curtis is the incumbent for the seat. He is being challenged by Timothy Diamond.
For Waynesville's Ward 1 spot, Jerry Brown, the incumbent, has filed and currently has no challengers.
No one has filed yet for the council seat for Ward 2. Tim Mann is the incumbent.
For Ward 3, Ed Conley has filed for reelection.
In the City of St. Robert, Linda Daniels has filed for reelection for her seat as the Ward 2 councilperson, and Larry Jackson has filed for reelection for his Ward 1 seat.
Incumbents Todd Williams, Ward 3, and Freda Hunnicutt, Ward 4, have yet to file.
No one has filed yet for any of Dixon's three city council positions that will be on the April ballot.
The incumbents are Betty McPherson, Ward 1, Travis Rollins, Ward 2 and Douglas Dake, Ward 3.
Dixon also has a municipal judgeship that will be on the ballot, and incumbent John Ward is the only person so far to file.
One man has filed so far for Crocker's municipal election.
William Glover has filed for the Ward 2 council position.
Incumbents Jeffrey Curry, Ward 1, and Denise York, Ward 2, have yet to file.
For the City of Richland, there are three council seats that will be on the April ballot, and that's exactly the number of candidates that have put their hats in the ring.
All three incumbents have filed for reelection.
Those candidates are Roy Holler, Ward 1, Narold Needs, Ward 2 and Robert Lilly, Ward 3.