Two unenrolled candidates are challenging Rep. Phyllis Ginzler, R-Bridgton, in House District 69.

Her opponents are Walter Riseman, whose name will appear on the ballot, and William Peters, who is a declared write-in candidate.

The district includes Bridgton, Denmark and Harrison.

Ginzler, 69, was first elected as a state representative in 2014. She is a retired sales executive, and she describes herself as a “citizen legislator.”

“I am seeking a second term in the Maine Legislature to continue the work of building a strong economic foundation for the people in the state,” Ginzler said.

Ginzler said she will vote no on ballot proposals to expand background checks for private gun sales, raise the minimum wage to $12 by 2020 and legalize the recreational use of marijuana.

Riseman, who lives in Harrison, did not respond to a Portland Press Herald survey about himself and his positions on key issues. According to his website, he spent more than 20 years working for Community Concepts, a nonprofit that works with low-income families. The website also says Riseman will support the ballot proposals to expand background checks for gun purchases and raise the state’s minimum wage. He will oppose the legalization of recreational marijuana.

“I will not cast my votes based on party pressure but on the will of the people who elected me,” he wrote on his website.

Peters lives in Bridgton and has declared as a write-in candidate. His campaign did not appear to have an online presence.