(Waynesville)–There are relatively few choices for Pulaski County offices this election day. Republican Charles Bassett is unopposed for election to the Eastern District Commissioner post and Republican Justin Smith is unopposed for Western District Commissioner. Other unopposed candidates on the ballot today are Republican Jimmy Bench for re-election as Pulaski County Sheriff, Republican Daniel Whittle for re-election as Pulaski County Assessor, and Republican Roger Graves the Second for election as Coroner. There is a two-candidate race for Public Administrator. Republican Greg Lee has mounted a write-in campaign against current officeholder Loretta Rouse, who is seeking re-election. At the state level, 121st State Representative Donald Mayhew, Republican of Crocker, is unopposed for re-election. The county’s only Democrat candidate, Yvonne Reeves-Chong, is on the ballot against Republican candidate Bill Hardwick, for 122nd District State Representative. There are two state amendments facing the voters today–Amendment One would place term limits on certain statewide offices. Amendment Three would amend a voter-approved Amendment two years ago that would affect district apportionment after the 2020 census. The state has races for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, and Treasurer…and then there are choices for Congress and the President as well.