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Thousands vote in the primary election

Deidre Malone will run in the general election as the democratic candidate for Shelby County mayor against the incumbent, Mayor Mark Luttrell. Deidre Malone will run in the general election as the democratic candidate for Shelby County mayor against the incumbent, Mayor Mark Luttrell.
Voters across Shelby County cast their ballots on Tuesday's primary election. Voters across Shelby County cast their ballots on Tuesday's primary election.

(WMC) - Voters across Shelby County cast their ballots on Tuesday's primary election.

Deidre Malone will run in the general election as the democratic candidate for Shelby County mayor against the incumbent, Mayor Mark Luttrell. Read more about that here.

In the county commission district six race, Justin Ford won the democratic seat beating Keith Williams and Patrice Robinson.

Another big race is district nine: Willie Brooks won the democratic seat beating out Edith Ann Moore, Karl Bond, and Kendrick Sneed. Brooks will run against republican David Shiffman.

And for Criminal Court Clerk, Wanda Halbert will face Richard DeSaussure in November. Halbert beat Thomas Long, Ralph White and Michael McCusker to win the democratic seat.

See more results from the polls on the WMC Action News 5 Decision 2014 page: http://www.wmcactionnews5.com/category/250686/decision-2014-election-results.

The general election is in August.

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