Four Dublin residents will vie for three seats on the Dublin City Schools board of education in the only contested race in the city this fall.

Four Dublin residents will vie for three seats on the Dublin City Schools board of education in the only contested race in the city this fall.

Incumbents Gwen Callender, Stuart Harris and Lynn May will be on the Nov. 3 ballot along with newcomer Aaron Moore. All three incumbents will be running for a second term on the five-member school board.

Callender is currently president of the school board and May serves as vice president.

Moore is a 20-year-old Dublin Jerome High School graduate.

For Dublin City Council, incumbents are the only candidates running for the four ward seats up for grabs this fall. Vice Mayor Cathy Boring will run for the Ward 1 seat, Amy Salay for Ward 2, John Reiner for Ward 3 and Tim Lecklider for Ward 4.

The filing deadline for candidates with the Franklin County Board of Elections was last week.