Four candidates are vying to fill the empty spot on the Mansfield school board.
Early voting for the empty Place 6 seat runs through Friday, with Election Day on Tuesday.
Danny Baas, who had served in the Place 6 seat since 2011, resigned in April for personal reasons. The winner of this election will complete the 18 months remaining in his term.
Daniel Gallagher, 47, director of elementary services in the Eagle Mountain Saginaw school district, has a son who is a sophomore at Summit High School, and has taught at Summit and Legacy high schools and T.A. Howard Middle School.
Jaimie Palmer, 50, a special education teacher in the Mesquite school district, has a grandson at Nancy Neal Elementary School, and she has worked as a substitute teacher in the Mansfield schools.
Franklin Roberts, 68, retired after teaching for 16 years, a decade of that in the Mansfield school district. He has seven grandchildren, five of them attending school in Mansfield.
Dora Tovar, 52, president of Tovar Public Relations, has had two children graduate from Timberview High School.
Ronnie Goines, 42, a local pastor, withdrew from the race too late to be removed from the ballot, so his name will appear.
-- This article contains information from News-Mirror archives.
Early voting continues for the MISD School Board trustee Place 6 seat from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. through Oct. 30 at at Mansfield Sub-courthouse at 1100 E. Broad St. Election day is Nov. 3, when the polls will be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. For more info, www.mansfieldisd.org.