August 14 was the deadline to file to run for a political office in Kentucky.
Several filed to run in Washington County.
Seven people filed to run for six seats available on the Springfield City Council. Incumbents include Brooke Murphy Coulter, John “Willie” Ellery, Carolyn Hardin, Lisa J. Haydon and Debbie Wakefield. Those who filed that don’t currently sit on the council are Chris Essex and John R. Hardin.
Three filed to run for one seat available in school board district No. 4.
Incumbent Buffy Tingle Mann will face opposition from Bud Blair and Julita Nance.
Patsy Lester (district No. 3) and Pat Clements (district No. 5) will run unopposed.
Five will run to fill four seats on the Willisburg city commission. Those filing were incumbents Bruce Barr and John Kirsch, as well as newcomers Myron Byrd, Rea G. Byrd and Ricky Settles.
Four will run to fill four seats on the soil and water conservation board. Those filing were Pat Fowler, Charlie Hahn, Mark Hale and J. Sidney Osbourne.
Four filed to fill four seats on the Mackville city commission. Those filing were Linda Anderson, Nathan Cochran, Robin Cochran and Heather Reynolds.
On the state level, Barry M. Harmon (D) of Danville filed to run against incumbent Mike Harmon (R) for state representative of the 54th district.
Charles Kendall Hatchett (D) will face U.S. Representative incumbent Ed Whitfield in the race for the first district seat.
Craig R. Astor (Libertarian) of Hodgenville filed to run against incumbent U.S. Representative Brett Guthrie in the race for the second district seat.
Election day is Nov. 6.