The Greene County Election Commission office on North Main Street has accepted four more petitions from candidates for the May 6 County Primary Election.
Joshua "Josh" Arrowood, of 295 Crockett Timbers, Limestone, has filed a petition to run for election to the office of Greene County mayor.
He will run as a Republican in the election. He is currently a Greene County teacher and coach at Nolachuckey Elementary School, according to a recent news release.
Only one other individual, County Commissioner David Crum, has so far filed to run in the Republican primary for the office.
Kenneth Lane, of Chuckey, has filed to run as an independent in the race.
Danny Greene, of 285 Gray Road, Greeneville, has filed a petition to run for election for sheriff.
Greene will run for election in the Republican primary.
He currently serves as chief of the Tusculum Police Department.
John D. Carter, of 3440 Chuckey Pike, Chuckey, has filed a petition to run for election to the Greene County Commission in the 2nd Commissioner District.
This district includes the precincts of Forest Hills, Chuckey-Doak, Chuckey, Jockey and Newmansville.
Carter will run in the Republican primary.
He is currently serving in his sixth term on the County Commission.
Danny Sauceman, 1113 Poplar Springs Road, Greeneville, has filed a petition to run for election as constable in the 7th Constable District.
This district includes the precincts of Orebank, Mt. Pleasant, High School, Highland Roby, Andrew Johnson and Glenwood.
Sauceman currently serves as constable in what was formerly in the 4th district.
Petitions are available at the Greene County Election Commission Office.
The qualifying deadline for the May 6 County Primary Election is noon, Feb. 20.