Jim Kaplan and Ken Lumpkin will be pulling double-duty this election season.
Kaplan, who sits on the Racine City Council, has taken out papers to challenge Lumpkin for his County Board seat.
The news comes less than a week after Lumpkin announced he was challenging Kaplan for his City Council seat.
It also sets up an interesting election for most voters in the city's Fourth Aldermanic District and the county's Fourth Supervisory District. The two districts largely overlap; map is the county district.
Voters will get to decide if one person should represent them on both elected bodies, or whether they should split their votes in hopes of both candidates winning an election.
The winner will not be the first person to serve on two bodies. Alderman and County Board Supervisor Q.A. Shakoor serves on both.