Incumbent Rick Moze and political activist Robert Hansen were the only two residents to throw their names into the Greenfield School Board race this spring.
And the two available seats are theirs.
Moze was elected to the board in 2009 but lost a re-election bid in April 2012. He returned to the board in August, however, when board members voted him in to replace Dave Richlen.
Hansen is the co-chair of the Progressive Democrats of America in Milwaukee County.
The deadline to file for candidacy was 5 p.m. Jan. 2.
Incumbent Don Carlson, a former city alderman, decided not to run last month. Carlson was the top vote-getter in the 2010 race and served one term with the board.
The term of office is three years beginning on April 22. Annual compensation is $4,200.