Kentucky residents have just days left to file for municipal offices that will appear on the November ballot.

Carroll and Trimble county municipal elections will include the offices of mayor and seats on city councils and commissions. The office of soil and water conservation supervisor is also up for election in November.

People may file at their respective county clerk's office until 4 p.m. on Tuesday.

Several people have already filed to run for municipal offices as of noon Thursday, but other seats remain without candidates.

Carroll County

In Carrollton, one person will be elected mayor and six people will be elected to serve on the city council. Those who have filed for Carrollton seats include:

City of Carrollton mayor

• Gene McMurry

• Ann Deatherage

Carrollton City Council

• Doug Hill

• Jeff Dickow

• Dwight Louden

• Hayley Franklin

• Mike Gordon

In the cities of Ghent, Prestonville, Sanders and Worthville, one person will be elected as mayor for each city and four people will be elected to serve on each of the city commissions. Those who have filed for Ghent seats include:

City of Ghent mayor

• William "Chip Mumphrey

• Karen Browning

Ghent City Commission

• James Lewellyn

• Joseph Beall

• David R. Hendren

Those that have filed for Prestonville seats include:

City of Prestonville mayor

• Billy Walker

• Chris Moore

Prestonville City Commission

• Louie Spencer

• James Burgin

• Cathy Horner

Those that have filed for Sanders include:

City of Sanders mayor

• Jackie Ogden Jr.

No one has filed to serve on the Sanders City Commission.

Those who have filed for Worthville include:

City of Worthville mayor

• Candy Dempsey

No one has filed to serve on the Worthville City Commission.

Two seats on the Carroll County school board will be up for election this year. Those seats include districts 4 and 5.

Carroll County School Board

• Carolyn Jones, District 4 representative

No one has filed to run for District 5.

One person will be elected to serve as soil and water conservation supervisor.

Soil and Water Conservation supervisor

• Joe Raisor

• David W. Rowlett

Trimble County

In the cities of Bedford and Milton, one person will be elected as mayor for each city and four people will be elected to serve on each of the city commissions.

Those who have filed for Bedford seats include:

Bedford City Commission

• Harold Greene

• Frank Floyd

No one has filed to run for the City of Bedford mayor.

Those who have filed for Milton seats include:

City of Milton mayor

• Denny C. Jackson

Milton City Commission

• Seth Willis

Three seats on the Trimble County school board will be up for election this year. Those seats include districts 2, 3 and 4.

Trimble County School Board

Jill Simmons, District 2 representative

No one has filed to run in districts 3 or 4.

Trimble County School Board's District 2 represents the East Milton and South Milton precincts. District 3 represents the North Bedford and South Bedford precincts. District 4 represents the Palmyra, Antioch and Providence precincts

One person will be elected to serve as soil and water conservation supervisor.

Soil and Water Conservation supervisor

• Glenn A. Fisher

Polls for the 2014 general elections will be open throughout Kentucky from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 4.