ROCKLAND — Rockland Mayor Ed Glaser got more than enough write-in votes Tuesday, June 14, to make the November ballot for Knox County Commissioner.

He will have no challenger on the Nov. 8 ballot.

Glaser filed a formal declaration to run as a write-in candidate for the June 14 Democratic primary for the County Commissioner District I seat that represents Rockland, South Thomaston, Thomaston, and St. George. He needed 100 write-in votes to get on the fall ballot.

He received 294 votes. He received 153 in Rockland, 60 in St. George, 54 in Thomaston, and 27 in South Thomaston.

Glaser said he will not seek re-election to the City Council.

The redistricted seat will be an open one with incumbent Commission Chair Dorothy Meriwether of South Thomaston not seeking re-election to the Commission.