Candidates who filed to run for office this fall in Exeter Township were released Tuesday, but no one filed for clerk or treasurer.

Candidates who filed nominating petitions to run for public office this fall in Exeter Township were released by Exeter Clerk Chrissy Bogoski Tuesday.

No one filed for clerk or treasurer. Both Bogoski and incumbent Treasurer Tammy Kernyo are not seeking re-election along with the two incumbent trustees – Tom Boggs and Leonard Kernyo, said Supervisor Bob Queen.

The candidates filed their petitions to meet the deadline April 21. All of the seats are for four years.

The candidates with party affiliations will appear on the Aug. 4 primary election ballot. The winners will go on to the Nov. 3 general election.

The offices being sought, the candidates and their political parties are as follows:

Supervisor – Bob Queen, independent, incumbent, 10700 Bitz Rd., Maybee. (His name will not appear on the Aug. 4 ballot.)

Trustee (two seats) – Daniel Boggs, Democrat, 7437 Geirman Rd., Maybee; Philip Bruck, Republican, 5675 Scofield Rd., Maybee; Anne Kleinow, Republican, 12012 Sumpter Rd., Carleton; Mark Kohlman, Republican, 10415 Ferder Rd., Maybee.

The supervisor said the difficulty of holding a special election Tuesday for Monroe Public Schools during the current coronavirus pandemic is one reason Bogoski didn’t run for office again.

"There is so much stress on the clerk because of the" social distancing restrictions imposed for public voting, Queen said.

The township board won’t meet again until 7 p.m. May 19.