Rosenberg City Council member Kevin Raines has had his fun in his At-Large position.
But he’s ready for something more.
This week, Raines filed for the mayoral position in the May 1 election.
The filing period for all elections ends at 5 p.m. on Feb. 12.
The city of Rosenberg will hold an elections for mayor, currently held by Bill Benton and two council spots: At-Large Position 1, presently held by Jacob Balderas, and At- Large Position 2, held by Raines.
Raines is the only person to have filed for the Rosenberg election thus far.
Winners will serve two-year terms of office.
District 1, District 4 and District 5 seats, as well as one at-large position, are up for election in the city of Fulshear.
Kent Pool who holds the At-Large position, has filed for re-election. Kevin White, who holds the District 1 position, has filed for re-election. Zachary Jones as also filed for the District 1 position.
Joel Patterson is the District 4 representative and Kaye Kahlich holds the District 5 seat, as well as serves as mayor pro-tem.
Richmond voters will elect two aldermen this spring.
Terry Gaul, Position 1, and Carl Drozd, Position 3, currently hold the two alderman positions.
Drozd filed for re-election.
In Needville, voters will elect a mayor and two aldermen.
The two alderman positions at large are currently represented by Rick Sinclair and Sandra Dorr.
Andrew Bohac serves as mayor.
Two council member positions and the mayor’s post are up for election in Beasley, currently filled by Doug Harris and Carolyn Sabrsula and Mayor Kenneth Reid.
Pleak voters will elect two aldermen and a mayor.
Damon Kuhn holds an alderman position and Carolyn Dalmar vacated her position. Larry Bittner serves as mayor.
Candidates for city governments may file at Rosenberg City Hall, 2011 Fourth St.; Richmond City Hall, 402 Morton St.; Needville City Hall, 9022 Main St.; Beasley City Hall, 319 S. Third St.; Fulshear City Hall, 30603 FM 1093; or Pleak City Hall, 319 S. Third St.