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

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

SHERIFF

  • EDDIE DEAR
  • CHARLES LEWIS JONES
  • GRADY JONES
  • EARNEST LEE
  • EDDIE NOAH
  • RICO SMITH
  • ANDREW THOMPSON, JR. (INCUMBENT)

CHANCERY CLERK

  • VENESIA GRIFFIN BROWN
  • EDWARD P. PEACOCK III (INCUMBENT)

CIRCUIT CLERK

  • ROSALYN GRIFFIN
  • CHARLES OAKES (INCUMBENT)

TAX ASSESSOR/COLLECTOR

  • JUDY NOLAND (INCUMBENT)
  • CAROLYN PARHAM
  • HATTIE SHIVERS

CORONER

  • LOUIS COTTON
  • SCOTTY MEREDITH (INCUMBENT)

SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT

  • DONALD "DJ" JACKSON
  • PAULINE RHODES (INCUMBENT)

SUPERVISOR, BEAT 2

  • AUDIE ADERHOLT, JR.
  • CHRIS OVERTON (INCUMBENT)
  • TED WINTERS, SR.

SUPERVISOR, BEAT 3

  • WOODROW BROWN, JR.
  • TIMOTHY BURREL (INCUMBENT)

SUPERVISOR, BEAT 5

  • MARY DEAR-MOTON
  • KATHERINE FURR (INCUMBENT)
  • DAVID RYBOLT
  • ROGER WEINER, M.D.
  • MICHAEL WILSON

JUSTICE COURT JUDGE

  • KENNETH BUSH (INCUMBENT)
  • WILBERT JOHNSON

CONSTABLE, NORTH DISTRICT

  • ALFONZO BUFORD, JR.
  • JOHN RYBOLT III (INCUMBENT)

CONSTABLE, SOUTH DISTRICT

  • ELGTON JENKINS
  • GWIN MUSKIN
  • JOHN SUMLIN
  • FLOYD WILLIAMS (INCUMBENT)
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