There’s been another filing for a mayoral candidate in Stirling-Rawdon.
Deputy Mayor Bob Mullin becomes the second person to show his intentions to run for the town’s top job, along with another current councillor in Dean Graff.
Incumbent Mayor Rodney Cooney hasn’t filed yet.
Meanwhile, another name has gone into the race for a council seat in Picton Ward of Prince Edward County.
Phil St. Jean submitted his nomination papers on Monday.
Here’s a list of people who have submitted to run in municipalities across the Quinte Region:
Pat Culhane (Ward 1 / Belleville)
Carol Feeney (Ward 1 / Belleville)
Paul Martin (Ward 1 / Belleville)
Kelly McCaw (Ward 1 / Belleville)
Brigette Frances Muir (Ward 1/ Belleville)
Ryan Williams (Ward 1 / Belleville)
Kathryn A. Brown (Ward 2 / Thurlow)
Paul Carr (Ward 2 / Thurlow)
Don Kuntze (Ward 2 / Sidney)
David McCue (Ward 3 / Murray)
Allan DeWitt (Ward 2 / Sidney)
Lynda Reid (Ward 4 / Frankford)
Sally Freeman (Ward 1 / Trenton)
Karen Sharpe (Ward 2 / Sindey)
David O’Neil (Ward 1 / Trenton)
Tyler Rickey (Ward 1 / Trenton)
Garry Quinn (Ward 2 / Sidney)
Jim Alyea (Ward 3 / Murray)
Prince Edward County
Ray Hobson (Picton)
Phil St. Jean (Picton)
Phil Prinzen (Bloomfield)
Gil Leclerc (Bloomfield)
Gord Fox (Bloomfield)
Brad Nieman (Bloomfield)
Jim Dunlop (Wellington)
Mike Harper (Wellington)
Brent Kleinsteuber (Wellington)
Janice Maynard (Ameliasburgh)
Tim Fellows (Ameliasburgh)
Jamie Forrester (Athol)
Bill Roberts (Sophiasburgh)
Stewart Scott Bailey (North Marysburgh)
Marmora and Lake
Jennifer Kerr (Ward 1)