One person joined the field in Tazewell County before the deadline to file for office passed.

Chris Plaster had his name placed on the ballot June 11 after the Republican Party met June 10 and nominated him as their candidate for commonwealth’s attorney. Plaster is challenging Democrat Mike Dennis, who currently holds the office.

Eastern district school board candidates Eric Robinson and Craig Menefee completed the paperwork and are on the ballot for that seat. Jimmy Jones, who held that seat for many years, decided not to run again.

Incumbent school board members David Woodard and Donna Whittington are running unopposed in November. Incumbent supervisors Travis Hackworth, a Republican, and Maggie Asbury, a Democrat, will also be unopposed.

Chuck Presley is the Republican nominee to challenge incumbent Democrat Charlie Stacy for the eastern district supervisor’s seat. Sheriff Brian Hieatt, a Democrat ,is being challenged by Republican Kevin Bales.

Incumbents, Treasurer David Larimer, a Democrat, and Commissioner of Revenue Dave Anderson, a Republican, both remain unopposed in the November race. There are three people, Bob Moss, Jack Asbury and Dan Bowling, seeking the three open seats on the Soil and Water Conservation District Board.

Candidates had until 7 p.m. June 11 to file for office and be on the ballot.

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