Three challengers have now filed to run against three incumbents for the Scotland Neck Board of Commissioners.
Monday saw newcomers Angelique Gray and Joe Williams file to run against incumbents Charles Shields, Raymond Watson and James Gunnells. Raymond Hyman, a challenger, filed July 8.
Scotland Neck incumbent Mayor Eddie Braxton is thus far running unopposed.
Also on Monday incumbent Roanoke Rapids School Board member Cathy Hux Keeter filed for re-election. Tammy Colston, also an incumbent, filed July 9.
In Hobgood incumbent town commissioners Milton Armston and Julian Padgette filed.
Incumbent Littleton commissioner Gerleen Pitchford filed Friday.
The municipal election is set for November 5.
The filing period for municipal elections ends July 19 at noon.
The open seats and current incumbents are as follows:
Town of Enfield
At large seat — Tracey Gardner
District A — Bud Whitaker
District B — Kent Holmes
Town of Halifax
Mayor — John White
Commissioners — Barbara Daniels; Christina Wells; Lee Clements; Patterson Wilson; Lisa Turner
Town of Hobgood
Mayor — Danny Flanary
Commissioners — Armston; Sallie Smith; Padgett
Town of Littleton
Commissioners — Pitchford; Ophelia Gould-Faison; Donald Spragins
City of Roanoke Rapids
District 1 — Ernest Bobbitt
District 2 — Carol Cowen who died in April
District 3 — Carl Ferebee
Town of Scotland Neck
Mayor — Braxton
Commissioners — Gunnells; Shields; Watson
Town of Weldon
Commissioners — John Smith and Charlotte Moss
Roanoke Rapids Graded School District
Board members — Jay Carlisle; Colston; Keeter
Roanoke Rapids Sanitary District
Board members — Gregory Browning; Steve Holliday; Gene St. Clair