Three people have filed for three open seats on the Pine River-Backus School Board: newcomer Roger Hoplin and incumbents Chris Cunningham and Dave Sheley.

The filing period opened Tuesday, July 28, and runs through Tuesday, Aug. 11. The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 3. The filing fee is $2, paid to the city, township or school office clerks.

Following is a list of people who filed for area city, school board and township seats as of 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 3. Visit pineandlakes.com for daily updates on candidate filings.

Visit pineandlakes.com for daily updates on candidate filings.

Pequot Lakes School Board

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(Elect 4): Kimberly Bolz-Andolshek (incumbent); Susan Mathison-Young (incumbent); Curtis Johnson (incumbent); Amy Sjoblad.

Pine River

Mayor (elect 1): Tamara Hansen (incumbent).

Pine River-Backus School Board

(Elect 3): Roger Hoplin; Chris Cunningham (incumbent); Dave Sheley (incumbent).

Nisswa

Mayor (elect 1): John Ryan (current council member).

Breezy Point

Mayor (elect 1): Tom Lillehei (incumbent); Todd Roggenkamp.

Council (elect 2): Rebecca Ball (incumbent); Mark Miller.

Lake Shore

Mayor (elect 1): Krista Knudsen (current council member).

Council (elect 2): Henry Cote; Wayne Anderson (incumbent).

Jenkins

Council (elect 2): Debbie Stiller-Siltman.

Emily

Mayor (elect 1): Roger “Buddy” Lund (incumbent).

Council (elect 2): Gerhart “Gary” Hanson (incumbent); Bill Spiess (incumbent).

Area Crow Wing County townships

Mission Township: Bob Steele, special election for Supervisor Seat B; Anna Anderson, clerk.

Gail Lake: William (Bill) Johnson, special election for Supervisor Seat 1; Carol Johnson, town clerk-treasurer.

Jenkins: Michael Dubay, Supervisor Seat 2; Cheryl Stuckmayer, treasurer.

Area Cass County townships

Fairview: Jim Weizenegger, Town Supervisor Seat 2.