Voters will decide several races in balloting in the county on April 7.
Here is what is on the ballot:
A write-in election will determine a trustee position at the Village of Plato.
Incumbent Danny Cannon is opposed by Donnie Wells for the mayor of Cabool. Running unopposed in Ward I is Sam Mudd and Ward II, John Williams. All are two-year terms.
Running unopposed for two-year terms in the City of Houston are Ward I, Kevin Stilley; Ward II, Charles “Chalky” Wells; and Ward III, Ross Richardson.
Running unopposed in the City of Licking are Ward I, Joe D. Dillard Jr.; and Mike Aiken, Ward II. They are two-year terms.
Bobby Biram is the sole candidate for a two-year term on the Village of Raymondville.
Voters in the City of Cabool will decide whether to renew a one-half cent sales tax for transportation purposes.
Eight candidates are on the ballot for three positions at the Summersville School District. They are: Nathan Cooper, Chance Johnson, Cody Bryant, Priscilla Bradshaw, Keith Keller, Jeff Atchison, Max Racicot and Dustin A. Bell. The seats are three-year positions.
Five persons are seeking three seats on the Plato board of education. They are: Diana Atterberry, Brea Fletcher, Andrew “Andy” Cook, Paula A. Cantrell and Damon M. Yourchisin. All are three-year terms.
Six persons are seeking three seats on the Licking board of education. They are: Mark E. McLeod, Alan Quick, Jason Stone, Colton Lewis, Debbie Cook and Andrea “Ramsey” Sullins. They are three-year terms.