Tommy Blevins and Gary Worley are competing in a runoff for Precinct 1 Brown County Commissioner.
The race originally had six candidates competing for the title in the primary election.
The primary election in May was a close one between Blevins and Worley;
with Blevins receiving about 32 percent of the vote and Worley with about 20 percent.
Both contenders, Tommy Blevins and Gary Worley have never ran for a public office until now, and have their own reasons for running.
"When you're dealing with 15 million dollars of taxpayer dollars, I believe it takes someone that has some business experience to devote and offer to that, and sometimes some hard questions have to be asked," says Blevins.
Worley has worked at 3M and has provided materials to the government.
"Now I'd like to be apart of the government and see the other side, and just looking from the outside in, there are some things that need to be addressed, most of it's in county road areas," says Worley.
Early voting for the election will begin Monday, July 23rd, at the Adams Street Community Center.
All of the local races are on the Republican Party ballot this year.
Blevins and Worley are the only two local contestants remaining in Brown County.