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Ceres races end on Tuesday
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Tuesday's election brings a close to what has been a low-key campaign season for city and Ceres School Board races.

Chris Vierra is unchallenged in his bid for re-election as mayor of Ceres but there is competition for incumbents facing re-election. Council members Bret Durossette and Guillermo Ochoa are seeking re-election for four-year seats and are challenged by Mike Kline and Daniel Padilla.

A two-year Ceres City Council seat - which has been held vacant this year - has attracted interest from Eric Ingwerson, Hugo Molina and Linda Ryno.

CUSD voters will be deciding who fills three seats currently filled by Faye Lane and Jim Kinard, who both represent specific trustee areas, and Eric Ingwerson who represents the district at-large. Ingwerson decided to leave the School Board to seek a City Council seat. Interested in Ingwerson's term are Teresa Guerrero and Brian Kline.

Kinard and Lane are both uncontested for re-election.

This will be the last time voters will be filling an at-large seat. New trustee areas will be created for the 2013 election.