Voters to decide two key races in county

Published 12:00 am Sunday, August 22, 1999

Tomorrow Adams County voters will mark primary runoff ballots for two county races and one state race, deciding who will be on the Nov. 2 general election ballot.

All registered voters in Adams County will have an opportunity to vote for Adams County Coroner and Public Service Commissioner for the Southern District. Adams County District 5 voters will be able to vote for a Democratic candidate for supervisor.

District 5 precincts include: Airport, Foster Mound, Foster Mound Sub-A, Oakland, Oakland Sub-A, Washington and Washington Sub-A.

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James E. Lee and Hugh W. Tedder will face one another in the Democratic runoff for Adams County coroner.

Democrats Lynwood Eastering and James T. West are in a runoff for the District 5 seat on the Adams County board of supervisors.

Larry L. Albritton and Michael Callahan will be on Tuesday’s ballot for the Democratic nod as Public Service Commissioner for the Southern District.

We incorrectly reported in Sunday’s edition of The Democrat that Adams County voters would be able to vote for Lieutenant Governor and Commissioner of Agriculture in Tuesday’s runoff election. Those races in fact are not involved in runoffs.

We regret the error.