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By James McAfee
Most of the Knox County boards will have no need for elections on May 1 as only the incumbents filed by the Feb. 12 deadline.
Munday Consolidated Independent School did get an additional candidate in Michael Loper, who will join incumbents Keith Kuehler, Kevin Myers, and Pate Stewart for three positions.
The City of Benjamin will have two new candidates in Randel Barnett and Vicky Spence, joining Jim Cowan and Jon Fans for three council spots. Shelia Kuehler will not run again.
Incumbents Enrique Acevedo, Stephen Kuehler, and Pate Meinzer will return at the Benjamin Independent School District.
Clint Lewis and Joe Albus return to Knox County/O’Brien Consolidated Independent School District board of trustees.
Mayor Gene Ward and council members Greg Oliver and Nathan Rowland return for the City of Knox City, while Mayor Bob Bowen along with Billy Carden and Exa Lee Smith remain at the City of Munday.
Incumbent Tony Breedlove was the only one to file for the Knox County Hospital board.