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Candidates are scarce in most non-partisan races for the November election a week away from the filing deadline.
The May primary has up multiple races in the general election 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.
As of Aug. 5, several races lacked enough candidates to even fill the number of seats.
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