With the exception of Lewis supervisor Anthony Glebus, all supervisors from towns within the Valley News circulation are seeking another term. Chesterfield: Gerald Morrow will be seeking his fifth four-year term as a Democrat. Elizabethtown: Noel Merrihew will be seeking his fourth two-year term as a Republican. Essex: Ronald Jackson will be seeking his fourth two-year term as a Republican. Jay: Randall Douglas is not up for re-election, since he is in the middle of a four-year term. Keene: William Ferebee will be running for his second two-year term as a Republican. Lewis: Anthony Glebus has yet to decide if he will be seeking another two-year term, but he is he was looking forward to election time. Westport: Daniel Connell will be seeking his fourth two-year term as a Democrat. Willsboro: Robert Ashline will be seeking his third two-year term as a Republican. Wilmington: Jeanne Ashworth will be seeking her fourth two-year term as a Democrat. Candidates are allowed to start collecting signatures on June 5 to be placed on the primary ballot. Five percent of registered voters in the political party within a town must sign the petition. Candidates have until June 12 to file in preparation for the Sept. 11 primary.