Cambridge voters will cast ballots Saturday for the mayor and all five council members.
The election is 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 17 at Chesapeake College Cambridge Center, 416 Race St.; parking is available in the back.
All but one seat is contested in Saturday’s election, with several races having multiple candidates.
Mayor Victoria Jackson-Stanley is seeking re-election to her post and is being challenged by Third Ward Commissioner La-Shon Banks-Foster, Andrew Bradshaw, and Robert S. Larimer.
Three people are vying for the Ward 1 seat currently held by Stephen Rideout. The candidates are Tom Bradley, Brian Roche, and Sharon B. Smith.
In Ward 2, Commissioner Donald Sydnor is seeking re-election to a third full term. His challengers are Paul F. Baiers Jr., Lajan Natasha Cephas, and Tyzann Meekins.
With Banks-Foster running for mayor, three candidates are trying to fill her Ward 3 seat: Duane Farrow, Gary T. Gordy, and Jameson Harrington.
Ward 4 Commissioner Dave Cannon is being challenged by Sputty Cephas.
Chad Malkus is unopposed for the Ward 5 seat.