With six seats to fill on the Radcliff City Council and 18 candidates running for them, the May primary will serve to cut the candidate pool by a third.
The race sees the departure of two Radcliff city councilmen seeking election to other offices, four incumbents, two former councilmen and 12 newcomers. The
average age of the candidates is 56.4 years old.
The field will be narrowed to 12 candidates May 20 and the general election in November will determine the final six seats.