KEYSER - Keyser will have a full ballot for the upcoming municipal election, with four persons vying for the position of mayor and seven going for the two seats coming open on the council.

By Liz Beavers
lbeavers@newstribune.info
Tribune Managing Editor
KEYSER - Keyser will have a full ballot for the upcoming municipal election, with four persons vying for the position of mayor and seven going for the two seats coming open on the council.
Current mayor Ed Miller has decided not to run for re-election, and the seats currently held by Jennifer Junkins and Isaac “Sonny” Alt are coming open this year.
Incumbent council members Sonny Alt and Eric Murphy have both thrown their hats into the ring to run for mayor, and will be joined on the ballot by Brenda Kitzmiller and Damon Tillman.
Should Alt not be successful in his bid for mayor, he will officially be off the council. Should Murphy not be successful, however, he will retain his council seat.
For council, incumbent Jennifer Junkins has filed for re-election, and will be challenged by Herman Judy, Glenn “Sonny” Gank, Mark Tranum, William “Butch” Wahl, Kevin Vaughn, and William M. Zacot.
Saturday was the last day to file candidacy papers.
The city’s general election is scheduled for Tuesday, June 12.