Only two names will appear on the ballot for Kingsland School Board when voters go to the polls to elect three people to the board on Tuesday, Nov. 4.

Two incumbents, Debra Larson and Doug Plaehn, filed for reelection to the board. The other incumbent, Steve Tart, didn’t file.

No other people filed for the position, meaning the third board seat could be filled by a write-in candidate as happened in 2012 when Troy Asher was elected on write-in votes after just two candidates filed for the three positions.

Filing closed Tuesday, Aug. 19, for candidates to get their names on the ballot. Terms for school board are four years.