Commerce City Council member Bob Monday picked up some competition earlier this week in his bid for re-election.

According to city officials, Sue Davis filed Monday for the Place 4 seat on the city council.

Filing for the May 8 general election began Feb. 8 and runs through March 8.

Place 2 council member Billie Biggerstaff is facing challenger Douglas Rohrabaugh this May while Mayor Quay Throgmorton is currently unopposed in his bid for re-election.

All of the council positions are for two-year terms.

The past week has been even quieter for school board filings.

According to Ludonna Smithers, director of personnel and communications for the Commerce Independent School District, there have been no candidate filings in the past week for the board of trustees.

Currently, trustees Bob McLeroy and J. Russell Armstrong are unopposed in their bids for re-election and Elva Resendez has filed seeking the Place 2 seat on the board, which is held by Donna Tavener. Tavener has not indicated whether or not she will seek re-election.

All three trustee positions are for three-year terms.

April 8 is the last day to register to vote in the May election, and early voting begins April 27 and runs through May 4.