The deadline to file for non-partisan seats on city councils in Grayson and Olive Hill, as well as the county school board, was Tuesday at 4 p.m.
Bryan Greenhill, current chair of the Carter County Board of Education, is seeking reelection to his District 2 seat.
Lisa Ramey-Easterling, who currently represents District 3, will face Ricky Sparks. Kirk Wilburn is running for District 5, a position currently held by Randy Steagall, who is not seeking reelection.
For Olive Hill City Council, current council members Allen Stapleton, Randall Tackett, Enoch Hicks, Matt Kiser and Jerry Callihan have registered to keep their seats.
Newcomers Justin Dixon and Kristen Evens will also run. Councilman Glenn Meade is not seeking reelection.
Mayor Kenny Fankell, who was appointed to the position in December 2012, will seek an elected term. He is opposed by former mayor Jim Short.
In Grayson, current council members Pearl Crum, Duane Suttles, Terry Stamper, Jack Harper, Juanita Kennedy and Pam Nash will face two newcomers, Sudy Fannin Walker and Phillip Cooper.
Mayor George Steele will seek reelection. He has one opponent, Aaron Allen.
In the countywide races, incumbent Carter Judge-Executive Charles Wallace, a Democrat, will face Republican Mike Malone.
Democratic County Clerk Mike Johnston and Democratic PVA Leslie Kiser both are unopposed. Kiser is completing the last year of her father’s term.
Republican Jeff May will challenge Democratic incumbent Sheriff Casey Brammell and independent candidate Eric “Bubba” Johnson.
In magisterial District 1, Republican Chris Huddle will face Democrat Lovell Carper.
In District 2, Democrat James O. Wilburn will face Republican Wayne Terry.
In District 3, Republican Larry Knipp will face Democrat Mark Miller.
In District 4, incumbent Democrat Clifford Roe will face Republican Nicholas Barker.
In District 5, incumbent Republican Brandon Burton will face Democrat William Wilson.
Incumbent Republican County Attorney Patrick Flannery will be challenged by Democrat Brian K. Bayes.
Democrat Lester Bailey will try to unseat incumbent Republican jailer R.W. Boggs.
Democrat James Norman Felty has filed to run for constable in District 1. Brian Stevens filed on the Republican side.
In District 2, Republican Christopher Wilson will face Democrat Danny Davis.
Democrat Johnny E. Gifford was the only candidate to file for District 3 constable.
Democrats Billy Dan Dailey and Phillip Blevins will serve as constable in Districts 4 and 5, respectively.
State Sen. Robin Webb, D, Grayson, will face Republican Tony Downey of Ashland in the 18th Senatorial District.
State Rep. Jill York, R-Grayson, will face Democrat Berry Webb of Webbville in the 96th House District race.
Carter District Judge Rupert Wilhoit is opposed by John Thompson, also of Grayson.
Family Court Judge David Flatt of Grayson and Circuit Court Judge Rebecca Phillips are unopposed for new terms.