The Nov. 4 ballot is set for city and school district races in Stanislaus County, which also has numerous unopposed candidates.
Patterson has the most crowded field, with four people running for mayor and six seeking a pair of council seats. Turlock, Riverbank, Waterford and Newman also will have city races. Oakdale and Hughson will not, because the number of candidates equaled the number of seats up for election.
Filing closed last Friday for seats where an incumbent is running and was extended to Wednesday for other races. Here is how it shakes out:
The ballot also will have races for statewide offices, the state Senate and Assembly and the U.S. House of Representatives, along with a few propositions. The candidates were chosen in the June 3 primary.
Four local measures will go before voters. Turlock will consider a sales tax increase for street repairs and a switch to district council elections. Oakdale will vote on continuing a sales tax increase for city services. Newman could set an urban growth boundary.