Incumbent Ginger Watkins has won a second term on the Gasparilla Island Bridge Authority along with two newcomers - George Baker and Gay Darsie.
All are running unopposed for their respective voting GIBA seats after Friday's filing deadline passed.
Watkins of 4025 Shore Lane is running for the seat representing Group 1. She qualified June 4.
Baker, a vocal opponent at GIBA meetings of funding the $40 million in bridge construction through a property tax increase, listed a post office box as his island address in qualifying June 6. He will represent Group 3.
Darsie also listed a post office box as her Boca Grande address as she qualified June 5. She was gratified to be unopposed.
"That is good news (no one else is running) because I've never run for elective office before," she said with a laugh from the golf course Friday.
The openings were created by the resignation of board member Dick Ryan, who has moved off the island but remains as a citizen adviser to GIBA, and the expired terms of Watkins and former GIBA Board Chairman Jerry Lusk.
In other Boca Grande campaign news, incumbent Sandy Burkhart is running unopposed for a seat on the Boca Grande Fire District Board. Burkhart's BGFD Board seat is the only one open this election.
Burkhart's state-listed address was erroneously identified as Boca Raton as she qualified on the last possible day Friday, June 8. She lives in Boca Grande.
Three Republicans are running in the state representative race for District 76, which includes Boca Grande: Chauncey Solinger of Fort Myers, Ray Rodrigues of Estero and Michael Grant of Bonita Springs.
A Look Who's Talking interview with Solinger appears inside the June 14 edition of the Gasparilla Gazette. Interviews with the other candidates will appear at a later date.