DENISON, Texas (KTEN) — Saturday's special election for the Denison City Council is right around the corner, but this ballot will look different for voters. 

Two current council members are running for mayor, with Robert Crawley stepping down from Place 4 and Brian Hander resigning from Place 6. 

Spence Redwine will take over in Place 4; he's running unopposed. Teresa Adams and Braeden Wright are contending for Place 6, which is an at-large seat representing the entire city.

"Ready to get to work and looking to make a change," said Wright, who hopes to continue his family's legacy in local politics. 

"My dad was the youngest Denison city councilman ever in the nineties. Seeing his leadership throughout the community inspired me to run," Wright said. 

He is focusing his campaign on the concerns of Denison taxpayers. 

"Fixing our outdated infrastructure — including our roads, sewers, and water. Creating a more transparent environment with the community by reinstating public work sessions, where the public can come in and have an open dialogue before those items get voted on," Wright said. 

Teresa Adams counts her previous experience on the city council as an asset in her campaign for Place 6.

"Having served two terms before, what I bring is just common sense," she said. "My career is as a financial advisor."

Adams' campaign targets industrial labor and doing what's best for the future of Denison. 

"Denison is business-friendly, and so you know the opportunities are there; it's just being sure we ... take advantage of the right opportunities," she said. "Being sure it's good for the taxpayers, good for the growth of the city, while trying to maintain a small town feel."

Election Day is Saturday, May 4; the polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.