Six Urban County Council races changed Tuesday when seven more people filed to run before the 4 p.m. deadline.
Districts 2, 3 and 9 have three or more candidates running, guaranteeing that there will be primaries in those districts.
In the 2nd District, Brannon Dunn filed Tuesday to run for incumbent Tom Blues' seat. Blues is not running for re-election. Lisa Sanden and Shevawn Akers had filed earlier.
Rock Daniels and Daniel Cooper filed to run in District 3 against Stephanie Spires and incumbent Diane Lawless.
District 9 became a three-way race when Bill Polyniak filed to run against Connie Kell and Jennifer Mossotti. They are running for the seat held by Jay McChord, who is not seeking re-election.
Because council races are non-partisan, there is a primary only if at least three people seek the same seat. This year's primary is May 22.
When a district has only two candidates, there is no primary; the candidates meet in the November general election.
Three other districts will have two people running in the November election for a council seat.
In District 7, Jennifer Scutchfield will run against Jason Rainey for KC Crosbie's seat. Crosbie is not seeking re-election but said she was considering another statewide race. She ran for treasurer in last fall's general election, losing to incumbent Todd Hollenbach.
In District 10, Steve Nelson filed to run against Harry Clarke for the seat held by Doug Martin, who is not running for re-election. In District 12, Ralph Ruschell will run against incumbent Ed Lane.