As of the Aug. 16 filing deadline, no additional candidates had filed to run for the positions held by Sekula-Gibbs and Snyder.
Two candidates filed to run against incumbent Milner. Luis R. Granados and Zipporah Singleton are listed on The Woodlands Township's election page as candidates who met the filing deadline.
The Woodlands voters will also decide on whether to approve incorporating into a Type A general-law city. If it passes, an additional election would be held to elect a city council, and the current board of directors would assume those duties in an interim role, officials have said.