Filing for this year’s Greenville’s City Council races ended Thursday at noon, and all three seats up for election this year will be contested.
Long-time District 2 representative Lillian Brock Flemming, a Democrat, will face commercial banker Matt Cotner, a Republican, in the November general election.
District 2 snakes through the city and includes parts of North Main Street, the Southernside neighborhood, West Greenville, the West End, part of Augusta Street and the Pleasant Ridge area.
Incumbent David Sudduth will face challenger Wil Brasington in the Republican primary for the District 4 seat. Sudduth, on council since 2005, is vice president and chief operating officer of the Greenville Health System’s health sciences center.
He is a Clemson graduate and a former member of the Clemson University Board of Visitors. He serves on the Greenville Water Commission.
Brasington is a former president of the Alta Vista Neighborhood Association and is executive director of the Clemson University Alumni Association.
District 4 encompasses the southeastern part of the city that includes Augusta Road, Parkins Mill, the TD Convention Center, the downtown airport, and the Clemson University-International Center for Automotive Research.
One of the two at-large seats will also be up for grabs. Republican John DeWorken and Democrat Russell Stall will face off in the general election for the seat now held by Gaye Sprague, who is not running. DeWorken is a Greenville businessman; Stall is the retired former director of Greenville Forward.
Greenville Water Commissioner Phillip A. Kilgore is seeking re-election. Nobody filed to run against him.
The primary is June 13. The general election is Nov. 7.