Candidates file for general election

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By William Carroll

Several candidates have filed to run in the general election in a number of non-partisan races. The deadline to file was yesterday at 4 p.m. As of press time, the following candidates had announced their candidacy for several races.
In the city of Taylorsville, the only filers appear to be those candidates who already hold offices with the city.
Mayor of the City of Taylorsville: Current Mayor Don Pay.
City Commissioner: Jack Proctor, Ellen Redmon, Kathy Spears and Beverly Ingram have refiled for their positions on the commission, no apparent competitors are running against them.
The Spencer County Board of Education has several contested races with Sandy Clevenger and Ralph Dunbar filing to run for the District 5 Little Mount/Mt. Eden spot currently held by Clevenger.
In School Board District 1, which includes the city of Taylorsville, Bart Stark has filed to run for the position currently held by Jeanie Stevens.
In district 2, which includes Waterford, current school board member Debbie Herndon has filed in an attempt to keep her seat against challenger Terri Cooper.
N. Glen Goebel, Lowry Brown and Robert Brown have filed to run for the Soil and Water Conservation district.
The general election is scheduled to be held on Nov 4.