Three incumbents and one challenger will face off for three seats each available on Pulaski and Dublin town councils this spring.
In the Town of Pulaski, incumbent candidates David L. Clark, Larry G. Clevinger II and H. M. Kidd each filed to seek re-election in the May 4 town elections. They will be challenged by Joseph K. Goodman, a Virginia Tech graduate who moved to Pulaski several years ago.
In Dublin, incumbent candidates Dallas L. Cox, Stephen F. Crigger and Peggy H. Hemmings will be challenged by Garland H. Bruce for the three seats available on Dublin Town Council.
The deadline for filing to run in the May election was Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Pulaski Mayor Jeff Worrell also is up for re-election, but he is unchallenged for his seat. Mayors serve two-year terms.
Town council candidates serve four-year terms.
Kidd only served two years on his first term because he filled Worrell’s unexpired term when Worrell was elected mayor in 2008.