Two incumbents in Keller and one incumbent in the Northwest school district have filed for the May 11 school board election.Three places are on the ballot in the Keller school district.Place 1 trustee Jim Stitt, 68, filed for re-election on Jan. 31. Stitt, a retired teacher and former businessman, is just completing his first three-year term. He has lived in the district for 17 years.In Place 3, incumbent Cindy Lotton, 58, filed on Feb. 6. Lotton is the longest-sitting trustee with nine years of experience. She is an elementary school counselor in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford district and has lived in the Keller district for 34 years.No one has filed yet for Place 2, now held by Board President Kevin Stevenson.In the Northwest school district, Place 4 incumbent Judy Copp filed for re-election Jan. 31. Copp, 54, is a retired teacher and has lived in the district all her life. She is just completing her first year on the board.Place 3, currently held by Daryl Laney, is also up for election.In Keller, open City Council seats include Place 3, currently held by Mayor Pro Tem Tom Cawthra and Place 4, held by Bill Dodge. Both incumbents have filed for re-election.Tom Cawthra was elected to the council in May 2008 and Bill Dodge in May 2012.A special election will be called at the Feb. 19 Keller City Council meeting for the Place1 seat, which will be vacant after that meeting due to resignation of councilman Ray Brown.In Haslet, the mayor's seat and Place 2 and Place 4 are up for grabs. Currently the mayor's seat is held by Bob Golden. Mitch Hill holds Place 2 and Harold Willliams is now in the Place 4 seat. All three incumbents have filed for re-election.As of press time, there were no filings for seats in Trophy Club and Westlake.The one seat up in Trophy Club is Place 5, now held by Mayor Pro Tem Glenn Strother. In Westlake, seats will expire for council members David Levitan, Carol Langdon, Rick Rennhack and Michael Barrett.Candidates have until March 1 to file for a place on the ballot.