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Candidates qualified to run in the 2007 Tate County, Mississippi primary election

The following candidates have qualified to appear on the ballot in the 2007 primary election in Tate County, Mississippi:

SHERIFF

  • ERNIE BRENTS - DEMOCRAT
  • GLENN COOKE - DEMOCRAT
  • HARRY LEE FLOATE - DEMOCRAT
  • RICHARD G. GORDON - INDEPENDENT
  • TRAVIS GULLICK, JR. - REPUBLICAN
  • HOSS HOWELL - DEMOCRAT
  • MICHAEL "MIKE" JONES - DEMOCRAT
  • BRAD LANCE - DEMOCRAT
  • LUTHER RED - REPUBLICAN
     

CHANCERY CLERK

  • WAYNE CROCKETT - DEMOCRAT

 

CIRCUIT CLERK

  • EDWARD L. "EDDIE" HADSKEY - DEMOCRAT

 

TAX COLLECTOR

  • WINSON I. KING - INDEPENDENT
  • SUE SPIER - DEMOCRAT

 

TAX ASSESSOR

  • EDWARD T. "ED" TAYLOR - DEMOCRAT

 

SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION

  • GARY WALKER - DEMOCRAT 

CORONER

  • THOMAS P. "PAT" KIZZIAH - DEMOCRAT 

COUNTY ATTORNEY

  • LEIGH ANN DARBY - DEMOCRAT
  • MILDRED J. LESURE - INDEPENDENT
  • GINGER SLOCUM - DEMOCRAT

 

JUSTICE COURT JUDGE, POST 1

  • CECIL COLE - DEMOCRAT
  • DONALD L. ESTEP - REPUBLICAN
  • JOE W. "JODY" TAYLOR - DEMOCRAT

 

JUSTICE COURT JUDGE, POST 2

  • ROY LEE GOLDEN - DEMOCRAT
  • ROBERT L. "BOBBY" TAYLOR - DEMOCRAT

 

CONSTABLE, POST 1

  • LARRY JOHNSON - DEMOCRAT
  • KENNETH LENTZ - DEMOCRAT

 

CONSTABLE, POST 2

  • GLENN W. BILLINGSLEY - DEMOCRAT
  • LERRY HULETTE - DEMOCRAT
  • MARK S. JAMISON - DEMOCRAT
  • DENNIS YOUNG - INDEPENDENT
  • MICHAEL WORLEY - REPUBLICAN

 

SUPERVISOR, DISTRICT 1

  • CAM WALKER - REPUBLICAN

 

SUPERVISOR, DISTRICT 2

  • MIKE CAMPBELL - DEMOCRAT
  • JOHN THOMAS MOORE - DEMOCRAT

 

SUPERVISOR, DISTRICT 3

  • TONY M. SANDRIDGE - DEMOCRAT
  • JAMES B. "JIMMY" SOWELL - DEMOCRAT

 

SUPERVISOR, DISTRICT 4

  • ROBERT QUINN BELK - REPUBLICAN
  • MIKE CROCKETT - DEMOCRAT
  • CECIL HOWELL - DEMOCRAT

 

SUPERVISOR, DISTRICT 5

  • BILL BURFORD - DEMOCRAT
  • JOSEPH "JOEY" GRAHAM - DEMOCRAT
  • PAUL PENN - INDEPENDENT
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