Voters will go to the poles Tuesday to chose candidates for county and state offices.
Republican voters will be choosing their nominees for the November General Election in U.S. Senate, coroner, magistrate in District One and magistrate in District Five.
Six Republican candidates are running for U.S. Senate. They are Jon J. Scribner, John Stephenson, C.M. “Trey” Grayson, Bill Johnson, Gurley L. Martin and Rand Paul.
Republican voters can choose from three candidates running for coroner. They are Teresa A. Osborne, Marvin R. Boggs and Marty Baker.
Voters in District One can pick one of four candidates vying for magistrate. They are incumbent Bobby D. Lewis, Richard Glenn Brown, Charles E. Hall and Hager H. Trent.
Candidates running for magistrate in District Five are Randy “Lil Deb Man” Johnson and Kenneth Holbrook.
Democrat voters can choose from candidates vying for U.S. Senate, U.S. Representative, State Representative 94th District, State Representative 92nd District, county judge/executive, county attorney, county clerk, sheriff , jailer, coroner, magistrates and constables.
Five Democrat candidates are running for U.S. Senate. They are Maurice M. Sweeney, James Buck- master, Jack Conway, Daniel Mongiardo and Darlene F. Price.
Democrat voters can choose from three candidates vying for U.S. Representative 5th Congressional District. They are David Prince, James E. “Jim” Holbert and Kenneth Stepp. The top vote getter will run against Republican incumbent Harold “Hal” Rogers in the November General Election.
Two candidates are running for State Representative 94th District. They are incumbent Leslie A. Combs and Ralph E. “Kojak” Mullins.
In the 92nd District State Representative race there are two Democrat candidates, incumbent Ancel “Hard Rock” Smith and John W. Short.
In the county judge/executive race, three candidates are vying for the position. They are incumbent Jim Ward, Lisa Johnson Tackett and Ellis Keyes.
Two candidates are running for county attorney. They are incumbent Harold D. Bolling and Billy “Jamie” Hatton.
Voters can pick from two candidates for county clerk. They are incumbent Winston Meade and Jack L. Cornett.
Three candidates are competing for the Democrat nomination for sheriff . They are incumbent Danny R. Webb, Sunset Breeding and Bennett David Combs.
Voters can choose from five candidates running for jailer. They are incumbent Donald “Don” Mc- Call, Dellis Johnson, Sandy Hammock, Scott Kiser and Charles “Chuck” Blair.
Two candidates are competing for the office of coroner on the Democrat ticket. They are recently appointed Wallace “Spanky” Bolling and Perry M. Fowler.
Seven candidates are running for magistrate in District One. They are Monte Martin Mullins, Brenda G. Williamson, Bobby Ray Howard, Ken Sexton Jr., Ann Parsons Sayers, Kenny Wayne Spangler and Jerry Nantz.
District Two voters will choose from two candidates vying for magistrate. They are incumbent Archie Banks and Kenneth “Kenny” Anderson.
Five Democrat candidates are competing for constable in District Two. They are incumbent Gary L. Cook, Mike Sexton, Wayne Hall, Ancil W. Trivette and Randy “Slim” Hammonds.
District Three voters will pick from four Democrat candidates for magistrate in District Three. They are incumbent Codell Gibson, Patrick Wright, Regina Holbrook and Billy Ray Cornett.
There are two Democrat constable candidates in District Three. They are incumbent Roland Craft and Rickey J. Pease.
District Four Democrat magisterial candidates are incumbent Keith W. Adams and Delisa Cornett.
There are four candidates in the District Four constable race. They are incumbent Harvey B. Campbell, Terry Perkins, John Arnold Amburgey and James Earl Noble.
District Five has two candidates vying for magistrate. They are incumbent Wayne Fleming and Jack Barker.
Democrats, Republicans and Independents can vote for district judge 47th judicial district. Candidates are James A. Hubbard, Frank Riley and Kevin R. Mullins. The top two vote getters of these three will run in the fall.