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84 Candidates Qualify for Election
MARION COUNTY

From the March 11, 2020 issue of The Journal
   Marion County has a huge election coming up, as 22 different candidates qualified to seek election to 12 local offices in the May 19 General Primary Election.
   The office with the most candidates is County Commissioner At Large. Incumbent Steve Young is not seeking reelection. The following six candidates all qualified for the seat: Bill Addison (Republican), Marshall Ray Fontaine (Republican), Jamie Lee McCardle (Republican), Samuel S. Schiro (Republican), Lance Scott (Democrat), and Clifton Holloman (Democrat). The Republican candidates will square off with each other in the May 19 Primary, while the Democrats will do likewise. The winners of each party's nomination will face each other in the Nov. 3 General Election.
   The Sheriff's Office has two candidates. Incumbent ... The rest of the story.

CHATTAHOOCHEE COUNTY

   Cusseta-Chattahoochee County has 20 candidates for 12 local offices that will be on the ballot for the May 19 General Primary Election.
   There are five races with more than one candidate. Those are listed first below.
   There are three candidates for Magistrate Judge. They are Christy Humber, Johnny Floyd, Jr., and Charelle Davis. All of them qualified as Democrats, so they will all be on the same ballot on May 19.
   There are also three candidates for ... The rest of the story.

SCHLEY COUNTY

   Schley County will have 15 candidates seeking election to the 11 county offices that will be on the ballot for the General Primary Election, which will be held on May 19.
   The three races that have more than one opponent are Sheriff (3 candidates), County Commission At-Large (2 candidates), and Board of Education At-Large (2 candidates).
   Candidates for Sheriff are: ... The rest of the story.

WEBSTER COUNTY

   Webster County has 14 candidates for the 11 offices that will be on the ballot for the May 19 General Primary Election.
   The offices with more than one candidate are Clerk of Superior Court and County Commission Chairman.
   In the race for Clerk of Superior Court, ... The rest of the story.

STEWART COUNTY

   Stewart County has 13 candidates qualified for the upcoming May 19 General Primary Election, but almost all of the candidates are running unopposed.
   The only race with more than one candidate is County Commission District 1. The candidates for that seat are Tyrone Nelson (incumbent) and Randall Butts. They both qualified as Democrats, so they will face off on the May 19 ballot.
   The following candidates (all incumbents) are all running unopposed:
   * Tax Commissioner – Kimberly Bass.
   * Coroner – Sybil Ammons.
   * Magistrate Judge – Wayne Ammons.
   * Probate Judge – Jimmy Brazier.
   * Superior Court Clerk – Mona Dudley.
   * Sheriff – Larry Jones.
   * County Commission District 3 – Tom Mayo.
   * County Commission District 5 – Arcola Scott.
   * Board of Education District 1 – Kesha Nelson.
   * Board of Education District 4 – Darius Brown.
   * Board of Education District 5 – Thereatha Redding.