A second Manhattan-Ogden School Board member filed for re-election.

Darell Edie, who has been on the board for eight years, filed for re-election Friday.

He said he wanted to run again because of the upcoming bond construction projects.

“I want to finish seeing the schools being built,” he told The Mercury. “We worked hard to see the bond get passed, and I want to take it all the way to completion.”

Edie holds one of four seats up for election, with a term ending Jan. 13, 2020. Three candidates are now in the race after Edie filed for re-election.

Kristin Brighton, co-owner of New Boston Creative, filed on May 1, and current board president Curt Herrman filed for re-election on May 3.

Members Dave Colburn and Leah Fliter have not filed or announced their decision. School board positions are on rotating four-year cycles.

The deadline to file is June 3.