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Monday is last day to register to vote in primary election

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By KERRY CRAIG
    The last day to register to vote in the March 4 Primary Election is Monday, Feb. 3.
    Early voting for the primary elections will begin on Tuesday, Feb. 18, and continue through Friday, Feb. 28.
    For Hopkins County voters, there are several contested races on the Republican ballot, including those for the office of district clerk and for Justices of the Peace Precinct 1 and Precinct 2.
    Three candidates, Kelley Craig, Cheryl Fulcher and Kelly Kimmel, will be on the ballot for district clerk, an office currently held by Patricia Dorner, who is not seeking reelection.
    Five people are seeking the Republican nomination for the office of Justice of the Peace Precinct 1. Those candidates include Tanner Crump, Barbara Moss, Danny Campbell, Amy Dodd Peacock and B.J. Teer.
    Judge Yvonne King who is not seeking reelection currently holds the office.
    There are three candidates for the office of Justice of the Peace Precinct 2: Robin Minyard Williams, Brad Cummings and Angela Price. Ronny Glossup, who is retiring, currently holds that office.
    Unopposed Republican candidates include Robert Newsom for county judge, Amy Smith for Court-at-Law judge and Jim Thompson for county treasurer.
    On the Democratic ballot, Demetra Robinson is the lone candidate for that party's nomination for the office of Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace.
    Democratic incumbent candidates include Mike Odell for Precinct 2 county commissioner, Danny Evans for Precinct 4 county commissioner and Debbie Shirley for county clerk.

 

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