Editor’s note: This story has been updated. Fred Fink withdrew from the race for the at-large seat. Candidates may withdraw from the election until Feb. 22.
Six candidates have filed to run for McKinney City Council and four candidates have filed to run for the McKinney ISD board of trustees seats for the May 4 elections. The last day to file was Friday, Feb. 15.
Early voting begins April 22 and ends April 30, with election day falling on May 4, according to the Collin County elections administration.
Three City Council seats are up for election, including one at-large position as well as District 2 and District 4 seats.
Rainey Rogers will seek re-election for the District 2 seat as an uncontested incumbent.
Rick Franklin and Siotha Vest are vying for the District 4 seat.
At-large seat candidates include Frederick Frazier, Stephen Kallas and John Mott.
Three MISD seats are also up for election in May, including places 4 and 5, as well as place 6, which is an at large seat.
Incumbent Lynn Sperry will seek re-election for Place 5. Incumbent and board Vice President Amy Dankel also filed for her Place 4 seat. Sperry and Dankel will run uncontested.
Incumbent Stephanie O’Dell and Chad Green will face off for Place 6 in the May election.