SHERMAN, Texas (KTEN) - Josh Marr and Scott Renfro are making one last pitch to voters ahead of the runoff election in May to secure the seat of Grayson County Commissioner of Precinct One.

"To me, it's a whole new race," Renfro said.

Marr and Renfro have called Grayson County home for years. Now, they're in an election runoff to help others call the county home for years to come. Renfro's previous experience includes working on the school board in Howe and Tom Bean. 

"I started off getting onto the Texas Farm Bureau Board which I've been a member of for 19 years now and serving as the second time as president," Renfro said. 

Should he be elected, he's focused on keeping the proposed Dorchester cement kiln out of town. 

"It would really devastate what we've got going in our tech side of things through our TI and Global Wafer because it would not be good on what they're trying to get started for this county."

Josh Marr wants his kids and others to live out the childhood he had in the county. 

"I've seen a lot of changes coming from when I was growing up, you know I've got three young children myself growing up. I want to see a Grayson County that's still good for families," Marr said. 

Although he anticipates the growth, Marr is hopeful the county will stay rooted with him in office. 

"We don't want to be growing and blowing up like Frisco did about 15, 20 years ago. We want this to be smart and proper growth here in Grayson County."

Early voting for the runoff runs from May 20th-24th and election day is May 28th.