Don’t look for many candidate signs in Mansfield this year, there is only one contested race in the May 11 election.On the Mansfield school board, there will be one new face. Karen Marcucci, 38, an administrator at a local church, and Dora Watson, 57, filed to run for Place 5 against nine-year veteran Sandra Vatthauer. Current school board president Beth Light, 56, faced off against Watson last year to earn her third three-year term in Place 2.Vatthauer, 51, who had filed earlier to run for re-election, decided to drop out of the race.“I’m leaving after nine years because we need new blood,” Vatthauer, a petroleum engineer, said in an earlier interview.Also on the school board, Raul Gonzalez, 50, filed again for Place 4, while incumbent Michael Evans, 46, filed again for Place 3. Gonzalez, director of administration at a law firm, will serve his second three-year term, and Evans, a local pastor who serves as the Mansfield school board’s vice president, will serve his third term as trustee.No one filed to run against the incumbents on the Mansfield City Council so the city will cancel its election. Challengers had until Friday afternoon to toss their hats into the ring, but no one stepped forward.Mayor David Cook, 41, will serve his second full term after filling the post vacated after the resignation of Mayor Barton Scott in 2008. Cook is a local attorney.Brent Newsom, 41, an area banker, will serve his first full term in Place 2. Newsom filled the seat vacated by Mike Leyman in 2011.