Councilor Lydia Edwards has pulled her Nomination Papers for re-election to District 1 City Council this week, and so far she is alone in the effort.
Edwards and his campaign began gathering signatures on April 30 so as to get her name on the ballot for the September or November elections.
While District 1 seems to be unchallenged, the field in the at-large race is growing by the day.
As of Wednesday, there were 23 potential candidates that pulled Nomination Papers for the at-large race – including all four incumbents.
The incumbents include Michael Flaherty of South Boston; Althea Garrison of Dorchester; AnnissaEssaibi George of Dorchester; and Michelle Wu of Roslindale.
Of the challengers, Alejandra St. Guillen – a City Hall official – has mounted a very visible campaign and had a campaign kick-off last week in Roxbury.
The full list of challengers include:
•Mary Frances Church, Jamaica Plain.
•DomingosDaRosa, Hyde Park.
•Michel Denis, Hyde Park.
•Raymond Duran, Dorchester.
•Priscilla Flint-Banks, Roslindale.
•William King, Dorchester.
•Sal ‘Townie Tidbits’ Giarrantani, East Boston.
•David Halbert, Dorchester.
•Martin Marty Keogh, West Roxbury.
•Peter Lin-Marcus, Chinatown.
•Herb Lozano, Hyde Park.
•Julia Mejia, Dorchester.
•Erin Murphy, Dorchester.
•Roy Owens Sr, Roxbury.
•George John Rigas, Jamaica Plain.
•Jeffrey Ross, South End.
•Alejandra St. Guillen, West Roxbury.
•Taushawn Tinsley, Dorchester.
•Steven Wise, Dorchester.