Clear Creek ISD will have one competitive race in May, as two of the three open seats saw no challengers to the incumbents, according to election filings posted on the district’s website.

What you need to know

Feb. 16 marked the last day to file to run for local races across Texas set to appear on the May 4 ballot, according to CCISD's website. With the deadline closed—and three seats set to be on the ballot—CCISD had four total candidates file, including all three incumbents.

District 4, which is currently held by trustee Jeff Larson, will be the lone competitive race for the district for the May 4 election, according to election filings.

Albert Wittliff, a consultant who has lived in the district for a little more than three years, has challenged Larson for the seat, according to election filings.

Also of note

District 5, as well as the seat for at-large Position A, are also set to appear on the ballot in May for CCISD, according to the district’s website. However, only the incumbents—Jay Cunningham in District 5 and Jonathan Cottrell for at-large Position A—filed by the Feb. 16 deadline.

What else?

Despite having a runoff election for a City Council spot Feb. 17, League City will not have another City Council election until November, according to the city’s website. However, other entities in Galveston County will be on the ballot.

Notices posted on Galveston County’s website include elections for Hitchcock, Kemah, Texas City, Dickinson ISD and the city of Friendswood.

Stay tuned

The election for CCISD, as well as several local offices across Texas, will be held May 4. Early voting will run from April 22 through April 30, according to the Texas secretary of state’s website.

The last day to register to vote is April 4, according to the Texas secretary of state’s website.