There will be no contested races for the four Page County positions on the June 5 primary ballot.
Petition deadline for the ballot was Wednesday, March 28.
Four Republican incumbents in county offices—Attorney Carl Sonksen, Recorder Brenda Esaias, Treasurer Angie Dow and Supervisor Alan Armstrong are all seeking re-election.
Sonksen is serving the remainder of the term of the previous county attorney and is running for his first full term. Armstrong was appointed to the board of supervisors in 2017 to finish the term of Jim Richardson who resigned. That term ends this year.
Other names and positions on the ballot are as follows:
United States Rep. Dist. 3 incumbent Republican David Young; Democrats, Cindy Axne, Pete D’Alessandro and Eddie Mauro; Libertarian Bryan Holder.
Democrat Theresa Greenfield has withdrawn her candidacy.
Governor: incumbent Republican Kim Reynolds; Democrats, Nate Boulton, Cathy Glasson, Fred Hubbell, Andrea McGuire, John Norris, Ross Wilburn.
Republican candidate Ron Corbett said he will file an appeal to have his name on the ballot after the state ruled his petition did not qualify.
Secretary of State: incumbent Republican Paul Pate; Democrat, Deidre DeJear, Jim Mowrer.
Auditor: incumbent Republican Mary Mosiman; Democrat, Rob Sand.
Treasurer: no Republican candidate. Democrat, Michael Fitzgerald.
Secretary of Agriculture: Republicans Ray Gaesser, Chad Ingels, Craig Lang, Mike Naig, Dan Zumbach; Democrat, Tim Gannon.
Attorney General: no Republican candidate. Democrat incumbent Tom Miller.
State Rep. Dist. 24: incumbent Republican Cecil Dolecheck; Democrat, James Uhlenkamp.
State Senator Dist. 11: incumbent Republican Tom Shipley; Democrat Sara Ramsey.