There is a contested election for coroner and a three-way Republican primary for Jailer in Todd County, in addition to another candidate for District Judge and few more contested races for Todd Fiscal Court.
Former Todd County Ambulance Service Director Timothy Wells of Elkton is running for coroner as a Democrat and is facing incumbent Bob Whittlesey in the primary.
Republicans Travis Harris and Justin David Chapman of Elkton will be in a three-way primary with Jeff Penick for the chance to go against incumbent Jailer Greg Allen in the general election.
Elkton Attorney Nancy Calloway filed to run for District Judge and will be opposed by Jason Petrie of Elkton and Kenneth Williams of Lewisburg in a May non-partisan run-off election. The two top vote getters will run against each other in November.
Democrat James McKinney of Elkton will oppose incumbent Brent Spurlin for the District 4 Todd Fiscal Court seat in the primary and Kelvin DeBerry of Guthrie is taking on District 3 Magistrate John Camp in the Democratic primary. Republican Billy Bryant will await the winner of a three-way Democratic primary between William Sweeny, Eugene Wells and incumbent Rex Johnson for the Fiscal Court District 2 seat.
Christopher Latham filed for District 1 Constable and Robert Ambuehl running for District 4 Constable.