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The filing deadline may still be two months away, but the first candidate for a non-partisan city race has turned in his paperwork.
Vincent S. Stephens has filed to run for mayor of the city of Dry Ridge.
The May primary has set up multiple races in November for county offices, including judge-executive, jailer, clerk and magistrates, pitting a Republican against a Democrat.
However, non-partisan candidates who would like to run for mayor and city council or commission seats in Williamstown, Dry Ridge, Crittenden or Corinth have until 4 p.m. Aug. 12 to file.
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