The name of a candidate for a constable seat in Washington County will remain on the November second ballot, even though the man died in July. Bill Myers, a Republican, died July 23rd. He was 80. To replace a name on the ballot, a new candidate can be named by party convention if the governor is notified within five days of a candidate`s death. Local Republican officials, however, did not learn of Myers` death in time to meet that requirement. County election officials could not find any other statutes allowing the party to remove Myers and nominate a new candidate. Myers was seeking re-election, and was challenged by Democrat Gary Conner, whose name will also be on the ballot.