There are several contested political races on the Greene County ballot for the November 3rd election, but there are other positions that are not political that voters can also consider.

Greene County Extension Council has four open seats. Current Council member Shari Minnihan of rural Churdan and is looking to renew her term on the Council. The other three candidates include Brent Badger of rural Bagley, Dustin Fouch of rural Grand Junction and Scott Weber of Jefferson. These candidates are not current Council members and they are looking to replace the Council members that have their terms expiring this year, including Doug Rieder, Tom Heater and Bob Smith, all of Jefferson. The Extension Council is responsible for programming and budget decisions for Greene County ISU Extension.

Greene County Medical Center Hospital Board of Trustees has two seats available. The Board of Trustees is responsible for the delivery of healthcare services, approves the appointment of medical staff and oversees the quality of medical care services provided to the medical center. The two candidates running for re-election are Kim Bates and Doug Hawn.

The last non-political organization is the Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District Commissioners. There are three seats available and the candidates on the ballot include Fred Long, Susan Cort and Jeff Pudenz. The Commissioners are responsible for serving landowners and producers of the County with agricultural and natural resource services, along with technical and financial assistance and education.