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From The News-Courier staff—
While the attention on Nov. 3 will be on the race for president, Knox County residents also will decide a contested position on the Knox County Commissioners Court.
Incumbent Jimmy Urbanczyk is being opposed by Republican nominee Ray Herring.
For the Munday CISD board, incumbents Sam Hunter and Mark Rocha, who each filled a one-year term that expired last year, will be in a three-way race with former board member Bill Longan for a pair of three-year positions. In addition, Keith Kuehler and Megan Myers are running to fill a one-year term that will expire May 2021.
Early voting will be at the administrative office from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. on school days.
No contested races are scheduled for the other school districts.
On the Munday City Council, John White joins incumbents Trey Singleton, Ryan Cottingham and Karen Longan in a race for three seats.
In Knox City, Mayor Gene Ward is unopposed for a one-year term while incumbents J.R. Hodges and Fred Ledesma are joined by Kevin Urbanczyk, Kent Deville and Monica Meador in a contest for three, two-year terms.