Rebecca Copeland of Enfield became the fourth challenger to enter the race on the final day of filing, which ended at noon.
The county commissioners race looks like this:
Incumbents Vernon Bryant, Rives Manning and Patrick Qualls have filed for re-election.
Challengers in May are Terry Buffaloe, James Mills, O.D. Sykes and Copeland.
Republican John Randolph Whichard is running for a board seat in November.
The remaining local, federal and state races shape up as follows:
District attorney District 7
Valerie Asbell — incumbent
Norlan Graves — challenger
Halifax County Clerk of Superior Court
Becky Spragins — incumbent
Michael Hawkins — challenger
Halifax County Sheriff
Wes Tripp — incumbent
Tyree Davis — challenger
Halifax County Board of Education
Claude Cooper — incumbent
Susie Lynch Evans — incumbent
Nicole Mills — challenger
Joyce Lashley — incumbent
Rachel Lynch — challenger
Weldon City Schools Board of Education — Election is on November 6
Edith Jenkins — challenger
Tanya Byrd-Robinson — incumbent
James “Tank” Williams — incumbent
Tiffany Hale — incumbent
United States House of Representatives District 1
G.K. Butterfield, the incumbent, will run unopposed in the primary.
He will face opposition from Republican Roger Allison in November.
North Carolina State Senate District 4
Milton “Toby” Fitch is running unopposed in the primary.
He will face opposition from Republican Richard Scott and Libertarian Jesse Shearin in November.
North Carolina House of Representatives District 27
Michael Wray — incumbent
Franklin Williams — challenger
The winner will face opposition from Republican Raymond Dyer in November.