When voters inside Seymour’s city limits head to the polls next Tuesday, there are two key races for two of four seats on the Seymour Board of Aldermen.
In the North Ward, the candidates are incumbent William Pogue and challenger Darrel “Bub” Wallace.
In the South Ward, the candidates are incumbent Nadine Crisp and challenger Lyle Caswell.
Both seats are for two-year terms of office that begin later in April.
City aldermen with one year remaining on their current terms are Jim Ashley in the North Ward and Dan Wehmer in the South Ward.
Aldermen are paid $75 per meeting.
Mayor Richard Vinson also has one year remaining on his two-year term.
Polls in Seymour open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.
The polling location for all city voters is at the Seymour Nazarene Church on North Main Street.
All valid I.D. is required to cast a ballot.