This fall’s ballot in the Dickson municipal election will list only one contested race for the four seats on the city council. As the deadline to qualify for the ballot passed Thursday, the only race with more than one candidate is in the city’s Fourth Ward, where incumbent Michael Outlaw is challenged by former Councilman Robert Blue. Incumbents Mike Legg in the First Ward, Joey Turbeville in the Second Ward and Jon “Bird” Armstrong in the Third Ward are all unopposed in bids for re-election on Sept. 26. Outlaw is completing his first four-year term after having unseated incumbent Marvin Corlew in 2009. Blue was the first African American ever elected to the Dickson City Council in 1969 and served over 30 years before losing his seat in 2007. Blue also unsuccessfully sought re-election to the council in 2009 and 2011. Legg serves as vice mayor and is seeking his seventh term on the council. Armstrong won his first term in 2009. Turbeville was appointed in January 2012 to finish the term of 30-year Councilman Richard Arnold, who resigned in November 2011. Arnold and Jeremiah Wright had picked up a qualifying petition for the Second Ward race but neither turned it in by yesterday’s noon deadline. Dickson voters will select one councilman from each of the city’s four wards on Sept. 26 to serve four-year terms. Mayor Don Weiss and the remaining four council members’ terms expire in 2015.