MONROE, Ga. — Only one person qualified to run for city offices in Walton County on Tuesday, the second day of qualifying.

Kim Greenlee, a Realtor, qualified to run for the District 4 seat on the Monroe City Council. She’ll be challenging incumbent Larry Bradley, who qualified Monday to run for reelection.

All five incumbents on the Monroe City Council qualified to run for reelection Monday.

Here’s a look at qualifying in the four local cities with elections scheduled for Nov. 5:

Loganville

Three people have qualified for the City Council seats that will be on the ballot. Two are incumbents, Jay Boland and Linda Dodd. A third is challenger Femi Oduwole, who fell short in a bid for the council two years ago.

Qualifying in Loganville ends Wednesday afternoon.

Monroe

Currently unopposed are incumbents Lee P. Malcom (District 1), Myoshia Crawford (District 2) and Norman Garrett (District 5).

Bradley and Greenlee are running in District 4, while Lisa Smith will challenge incumbent Nathan Little in District 7.

Qualifying continues until Friday afternoon at the Walton County Board of Elections office.

Social Circle

No one qualified Tuesday, leaving Mayor Hal W. Dally currently unopposed in his bid for a third term.

District 2 Councilman Tyson Jackson and District 4 Councilman Steve Shelton have qualified to run for reelection.

Patrick Dally is running for a full term to the District 3 city school board seat. Steven Lee Trantham is opposing him.

No one has qualified to run for the other open Board of Education seat, in District 1.

Qualifying continues until Friday afternoon.

Walnut Grove

Only Joseph J. “Joe” Wilchek has qualified to run for City Council in Walnut Grove. The city has its mayor’s race and two at-large City Council seats on the ballot.

Qualifying continues until Friday afternoon.

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