The local election field is clearer with the candidate deadline passing Tuesday.
The nominating petition deadline for candidates affiliated with political parties and those seeking spots on the Aberdeen City Council and Aberdeen public school board had to file by 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Things could change slightly, though, because independent candidates for county and statewide offices have until June 5 to file nominating petitions.
Aberdeen City Council and school board posts are nonpartisan.
Here's the way races for local legislative, Brown County, Aberdeen City Council and Aberdeen public school board break down:
On the legislative side, redistricting means that some incumbents are running in new districts. All terms to the Legislature are for two years. In each district, one senator and two House members will be elected in the Nov. 6 general election. Each political party can have two House candidates and one Senate candidate. In cases where there are more candidates from a particular party than there are posts, a June 5 primary will determine the November candidates.
Legislative District 1: Incumbent Sen. Jason Frerichs, D-Wilmot, is running unopposed.
Incumbent Rep. Susan Wismer, D-Britton, and Dennis Feickert, D-Aberdeen, are running unopposed. Feickert is a District 3 House incumbent.
The new District 1 includes Day, Marshall and Roberts counties and the northern part of Brown County.
Fryslie is an incumbent District 6 senator.
Greenfield and Tulson are District 6 House incumbents.
The new legislative District 2 includes Clark and Hamlin counties, most of Spink County and southern Brown County.
Legislative District 3: Incumbent Sen. Al Novstrup, R-Aberdeen, will face Democrat Paul Dennert for the Senate seat.
Dennert is a District 2 House incumbent.
Republicans Dan Kaiser and David Novstrup will meet Democrats Zachary Anderson and Bill Antonides in the November House race. All of the men are from Aberdeen.
David Novstrup is an incumbent.
New District 3 includes almost all of Aberdeen.
Legislative District 23: Incumbent Corey Brown, a Gettysburg Republican, is running unopposed for the Senate seat.