Three Humble ISD board of trustee positions and a pair of Humble City Council positions will be contested in the May 6 election, following the conclusion of the candidate filing period Feb. 17.

In HISD, trustee positions 2, 6 and 7 will be up for election in May, with incumbents Robert Scarfo, Marques Holmes and Nancy Morrison each seeking re-election for their positions, respectively.

According to the district’s website, Scarfo will face off against challengers Erin Greene, Asdrubal "Dru" Gutierrez and Reginald Spivey for Position 2. Meanwhile, Holmes will run against challengers Holly Ham and Audra Deaver for Position 6; and Morrison will run against challengers Natalie Carter, Michael Grabowski and Leigh Marcus for Position 7.

While three Humble City Council positions will be on the ballot this May, only two positions will be contested, according to the city website. Incumbent Andy Curry will run against challenger Eric Lacy for Place 1, while newcomers Mark Marshall and Gary Warman will face off for Place 2. Humble Mayor Norman Funderburk is running unopposed.

In December, Humble City Council members appointed Mark Martin to serve as Place 2 council member following the resignation of former Council Member Charles Cunningham, who was elected to represent District 127 in the Texas House of Representatives in May.

Per stipulations previously laid out by council members, Martin was not eligible to run for the seat in the upcoming election.