The City of St. Elmo and the Village of Brownstown will both be without any contested races in the April Consolidated Election. In the City of St. Elmo, current Mayor Ernie Myers has filed to run for re-election as has City Treasurer Mary Magnus and they will both be unopposed. Rebecca Warner has filed to run for City Clerk and will be unopposed. On the City Council, Ward One alderwoman Sandra Mace and Ward Three alderman Allen Neverall have both filed for re-election and will be unopposed. In Ward Two, Sharon Belden will not be running for re-election. Kenneth Gammon has filed to run for the Ward Two seat and will be unopposed. And for the unexpired two-year seat in Ward Three, Rick Mills has filed to run and will be unopposed.
In Brownstown, Mayor Ginny Wilbur has filed to run for re-election and will unopposed. Three seats are open on the Brownstown Village Board for 4-year terms. Board member Billie Enlow has filed to run for re-election and is the only one running for one of the three open seats. The board also has a two-year unexpired term open and William Lytle has filed to run for that seat and will be unopposed.