Two more candidates filed Friday to run for Ketchikan School Board.

Hilary Kvasnikoff and Paul Robbins Jr. have added their names to the roster of candidates running for a one-year term on the Ketchikan School Board. Incumbent Leslie Becker filed to run for that seat on Thursday.  

In addition to the one-year seat, there are two three-year terms open on the school board. Those seats are currently held by Tom Heutte and Bridget Mattson, who both announced their bids for re-election earlier this month.

In other borough elections, Sidney Hartley and Borough Assembly Member Rodney Dial are vying for a three-year term as borough mayor.

The incumbent mayor, David Landis, is unable to run for re-election due to term limits.  Landis is running for Borough Assembly, instead, along with Austin Otos. There are two, three-year terms open on Borough Assembly. The seats are currently held by Dial and Judith McQuerry.

On the city side, both incumbents Lew Williams III and Judy Zenge filed to retain their seats on the Ketchikan City Council. There are two three-year terms open on the council.

The filing period for both city and borough office ends at noon on August 26th.

Municipal elections are Tuesday, October 1st.