Because an incumbent isn't seeking re-election this year, the filing period in eight local districts has been extended until 5 p.m. Wednesday.
In districts where all incumbents have filed, the filing deadline for the Nov. 7 election closed on Friday.
Residents are still eligible to file for Lodi Unified School District, Areas 4 and 5, Oak View Union School District, Woodbridge Municipal Advisory Council, Woodbridge Sanitary District, the Galt, Mokelumne and Clements fire districts, and the Lockeford Community Services District.
Candidates for the November election are:
Clements Rural Fire Protection District: No one has filed for the two four-year term and one two-year term. Incumbents Glenn Thorns and Marden Wilber aren't running.
Galt Fire Protection District: Incumbent Guy Rutter, challenger Frederick Goethel. Incumbent Dale Templeton is not running.
Galt Irrigation District: Incumbent Michael Kennefick, Division 2; incumbent Leo Van Warmerdam, Division 4.
Galt Joint Union Elementary School District: Incumbents Bob Ellis, Donna Fluty and Tina Skinner.
Galt Joint Union High School District: Incumbents Ben Cox Jr., Patrick Maple and Dennis Richardson; challengers Sharon Gillies, Carrie Maylum, Art Oelsner, Terry Parker-Owning, Len Reid Reynoso and Tom Santillan.
Liberty Rural Fire Protection District (eastern Acampo): Incumbent Ted Leventini.
Lockeford Community Services District: Incumbents Mike Henry and Chris Locke, challenger Sharon L. Godat. Incumbent Eileen Indelicato isn't running.
Lockeford Municipal Advisory Council: Incumbents Scott Baker, Noel Stetson and Larry Wenell.
Lockeford Protection District: Incumbent Chris Locke.
Lodi Unified School District: Incumbent David Schindler and challenger Bonnie Cassell, Area 1; Richard Jones, Area 3; Calvin Young, Area 4; Jeffrey Thompson, Area 5. Incumbents Richard Dean in Area 4 and Ken Mullen in Area 5 aren't running.
Mokelumne Rural Fire Protection District (Victor and Lockeford): Incumbent Jim Tamura, challengers Sharon L. Godat, Eileen Indelicato and Mike Sperling. Incumbents Gersh Rosen and Ron Valinoti are not running.
Morada Municipal Advisory Council: Incumbents William Van Fields, Patrick Gotelli, Jerry Herrmann, Kenneth Meleyco.
New Hope School District (Thornton): Incumbents Leonard Clark, Jamie Jones and Jane Springmeyer (four-year term); Rozilynne Joy Casqueiro and Jose Luis Torres (two-year term).
North San Joaquin Water Conservation District: Incumbent, and News-Sentinel chairman, Fred Weybret, Division 1; incumbent Tom Hoffman, Division 4; incumbent Joseph H. Mehrten, Division 5.
Oak View Union School District (eastern Acampo): Incumbents Mark Huff and Jeanne Pearson, challengers Deborah H. Choate and Carol Pehl. Incumbent Mark George isn't running.
Stockton East Water District: Incumbent Paul Sanguinetti, District 5 (Morada).
Thornton Municipal Advisory Council: Candidates Cindy Chumbley, Marlene Corbitt, Evan Franklin, John Gershanoff, Mary Grundman, Robert Jones, Kristine J. Lagoda, Bruno Mori and Frank Yoka. Note: There are no incumbents, and seven seats are available.
Waterloo-Morada Rural Fire Protection District: Incumbents Randy Hamilton, Ralph Lucchetti and Kenneth Meleyco; challengers Robert Byington and Tiger Paulk.
Woodbridge Irrigation District: Incumbent Bill Stokes, Division 1; incumbent Henry Van Exel, Division 3; incumbent Bill Shinn, Division 4.
Woodbridge Municipal Advisory Council: Challengers Raymond Cuenca, Steve Newman and Lita Wallach. Incumbents Aaron Devencenzi, Mike Devencenzi and Tom Miller are not running.
Woodbridge Rural County Fire Protection District: Incumbents Tom Alexander, Loren (Larry) W. Moore Sr. and John R. Neal; challengers Jack Kortuem and Ken Schmeirer.
Woodbridge Sanitary District: Incumbents Doug Colucci and Glenda Wall, challengers R. Richard Best and Charles Stocker. Incumbent Mike Devencenzi isn't running.
First published: Tuesday, August 15, 2006