All races for municipal seats in the May primary are uncontested, leaving only issues to be decided.
Mark Pardi and 4th Ward Councilman Rich Cline are running for Tiffin city council president a race that will decide who will succeed long-time councilmember and current president Paul Elchert.
Five candidates filed petitions to run for Tiffin city council at-large posts, including Steven Lepard, Jim Green, Samuel Vollmar and At-Large Councilmen Mark Hayes and Tyler Shuff.
Tiffin Municipal Court Judge Mark Repp has also petitioned for re-election.
Daniel Steinacker and Councilwoman Paula Dillon are running for Fostoria City Council First Ward.
Jonathan Hay is running for Fostoria City Council Third Ward, and councilman Thomas Lake is running for re-election for the Fourth Ward.
Barbara Dibble is running for Fostoria City Municipal Judge.
There also will be seven issues that are to be voted on May 7.
Attica has two tax replacement levies, one to provide police protection and the other to provide park operations.
Bellevue Public Library has proposed a bond issue to expand and renovate library facilities.
Fostoria City School District has proposed a substitute tax levy to provide for the necessary requirements of the school district.
Carey Exempted Village Schools proposed a bond issue and tax levy for construction of a new school building.
Bettsville Local School District proposed a 1-percent income tax to maintain current operating expenses.
Clyde-Green Springs Exempted Village School District proposed an additional tax levy to provide for the emergency requirements of the school district.
Under open primary rules, there must be more than two candidates seeking a seat for it to be contested. Then, the top two vote-getters move to the general election.