Several area entities, including the Agua Dulce Independent School District, Bishop Consolidated Independent School District and the City of Bishop, will hold elections this May.

Officials with the City of Agua Dulce on Friday said there will be no city election this year, as no one, other than the incumbents, filed to run.

For the City of Bishop, Place 1 incumbent Alvin Dragon will run against challenger Janie C. Dominguez. In Place 3, incumbent Antonio Garcia Jr. will run against challenger Benito Reyes Jr. and in Place 5, incumbent Justo Suarez will run against challenger Bob Soliz.

Bishop CISD has two places up for election this May. In Place 4, incumbent Artemio "Art" Alvarez is running against Tom Wolter and Marc Morales. In Place 7, incumbent Lee Davila is running against Yolanda Cruz.

In Agua Dulce ISD, there are two positions up for election this year, those of current ADISD trustees Michael Carper and Yvette Saenz. They will be running for the two open positions against Pat Haigood, Yvette Lerma and Tony Cirlos.

In the race, there is also a write in candidate - Tracy Harris. Harris' name will not appear on the ballot, ADISD Superintendent Donna Hilliard said Monday, but a space will be on the ballot to write in the candidate's name, and Harris' name will be posted at voting locations during the election.

In ADISD, there will also be a special election held for one year remaining on a school board term. Valerie Ermis, who was appointed to the ADISD school board last year, was the only candidate to sign up.