Six St. Lawrence County villages will have elections from noon to 8 p.m. Tuesday.
None of the candidates on the ballots is opposed, although write-in campaigns are possible.
Villages where elections will take place:
n In Edwards, the vote will be held in the town hall.
Mayor Arthur W. Whitmarsh and Trustees Phillip Soper and Rita F. Thornton are running for terms that will end Dec. 31, when the village will dissolve.
n In Hammond, the polls will be at the fire hall.
Mayor Shelly M. Youngs and Trustee Patti T. Belknap will be running for two-year terms.
n In Hermon, the vote will be at the new fire station.
Trustees Marlene Carvel and Richard J. Bardeschewski Jr. are seeking re-election.
n In Morristown, voters will go to the fire hall.
Trustee John R. Barse is the only name on the ballot.
n In Norwood, the vote will take place in the municipal building.
Mayor James H. McFaddin is running for another term, as is Trustee James J. Besaw. Michael P. diVincenzo, who was appointed to the board to fill the seat that had previously been held by late Darrell Jack Morgan, is running.
n In Richville, the vote will be held at the village office.
Trustee Larry G. Deets is unopposed. The other trustee position will be filled by a write-in vote. That seat is held by Anthony J. Wood, who is not running again.