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Election: Profiles of Candidates to Run Over Next Four Days

By Alyssa Schnugg
News Editor

On Tuesday, Lafayette County voters will head to the polls for the primary election that will whittle down a long list of candidates before the November general election.

Hottytoddy.com will begin running stories today on local elections to help residents decide who to cast their vote for on Tuesday. Several races have only one person running in the party. Only candidates with opposition will have bios and stories before the Tuesday election.

Bios and stories about each race and final candidates will run on Hottytoddy.com closer to the November election.

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m on Tuesday. A photo ID is required to vote.

Several county incumbents will run unopposed but will be included on Tuesday’s ballot, including Chancery Clerk Sherry Wall, Coroner Rocky Kennedy, County Attorney Jay Chain, Constable Central District Jody Mayfield, Constable Northern District Greg Pettis, Constable Southern District Jack E. Theobald, Justice Court Judge Northern Central District Mickey Avent and Justice Court Judge Southern District Johnny Wayne McLarty.

The largest number of candidates are seen in the Lafayette County Board of Supervisor races with each District having three or more candidates; however, some supervisor races only have one candidate in a particular party but will still appear on the ballot.

Democratic and Republican ballots are available to view online.

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