Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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April 4, 2014

State primary, county general election ballot set

CROSSVILLE — The ballot for the Tennessee State Primary and Cumberland County General Elections on Aug. 7 is complete. Thursday, April, 3 at noon was the qualifying deadline. Candidates who have qualified have until April 10 to withdraw from the ballot. As of press time, the Cumberland County Election Commission was scheduled to meet at 4 p.m. in order to certify the names of the candidates appearing on the ballot.

The following names have been filed and approved with the Cumberland County Election Commission:

Tennessee State Primary

State of Tennessee Senate, 15th Senatorial District

Paul Bailey (R).

Gary Steakley (R).

Matt Swallows (R).

Betty Vaudt (D).

State of Tennessee House of Representatives, 25th District

Cameron Sexton (R).

Judith N. Barnett (D).

Cumberland County General Election

Cumberland County Commission

First District

Jeff Dyer

Tracey Scarbrough

Rolf E. Weeks

Second District

Nancy J. Hyder

Tom (RK) Isham

Third District

David Hassler

John L. Peaslee

Johnny L. Presley

Rebecca H. Stone

Fourth District

Allen Foster

David H. Gibson

Hope Parsons

Fifth District

Brenda Boughton

Jack Davis

Chuck Lewis

Terry Lowe

Nick Reed

Sixth District

Larry B. Allen

Terry H. Carter

Wendell W. Wilson

Seventh District

Elbert Farley

Mike Harvel

Roy Turner

Eighth District

Tim Claflin

Dennis Roy Hinch

Jesse L. Iles

Sonya M. Rimmer

Ninth District

Woody Geisler

Michael Ingram

John D. Kinnunen

Cumberland County School Board

First District

Jeff Freitag

Charles Tollett

Third District

Aaron Dale Elmore

Lane McAnally

Shirley French Parris

Fifth District

Don Hassler

Dan VanWinkle

Seventh District

David K. Bowman

Jeffery M. Cooper

Ninth District

Linda H. Cramer

Dan Schlafer

Democratic State Executive Committeeman, 15th Senatorial District

Dennis Gregg

Mike Walsh

Democratic State Executive Committeewoman, 15th Senatorial District

Geeta W. McMillan

Republican State Executive Committeeman, 15th Senatorial District

John Benedict

Mike Callahan

Hamilton "Bombdog" Horseman

Lance Persson

Alan Rader

Republican State Executive Committeewoman, 15th Senatorial District

Cindy Beckwith

Patty M. Dycus

Hannah Horseman

If you are not registered to vote, the last day to register for the Tennessee State Primary and Cumberland County General Election will be July 8, 2014, at the Cumberland County Election Commission office on Main St. in the Milo Lemert Building across the street from the Cumberland County Courthouse.

For more information about voter registration, or about deadlines, call the Cumberland County Election Commission at 484-4919.

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