Election 2019: Two more candidates qualify in county elections

Published 12:13 am Sunday, January 6, 2019


NATCHEZ — Two more people filed paperwork Friday in the Adams County Circuit Clerk’s office to qualifying to run for positions in this year’s county elections.

Chris Allen Logan filed as a Democrat to run for the Adams County Southern District Constable position.

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Lisa J. Chandler filed as a Democrat to run for the Adams County Attorney position.

People interested in running in any of the county races on ballots this year have until 5 p.m. March 1 to file their applications and pay fees with the circuit clerk’s.

Party primaries will be Aug. 6 and any necessary runoffs will be Aug. 27.

The general election will be Nov. 5 and any necessary runoffs will be Nov. 26.

Other candidates who have qualified so far this year include:

  • For District 1 Adams County supervisor, incumbent Mike Lazarus.
  • For District 3 Adams County supervisor, incumbent Angela Gibson Hutchins.
  • For District 4 Adams County supervisor, incumbent James “Rickey” Gray.
  • For District 5 Adams County supervisor, James H. Berry Jr.
  • For Adams County Sheriff: Jerry Ford, Tom Grennell and incumbent Adams County Sheriff Travis Patten.
  • For Adams County Northern District Constable, Deselle “Mody” Davis and incumbent constable Willie B. Jones.
  • For Adams County Southern District Constable, Randy Freeman.
  • For Southern District Justice Court Judge, Lee Ford
  • For Northern District Justice Court Judge,  Audrey B. Minor.
  • For Adams County Circuit Clerk, Daye Dearing, Eva “E.J.” Givens and Jennifer “Lady J.” Minor Johnson.
  • For Adams County Chancery Clerk, incumbent Brandi B. Lewis.
  • For Adams County Coroner, incumbent James Lee.
  • For Adams County Tax Assessor Michael Pace.
  • For Sixth Circuit Court District Attorney, incumbent Ronnie Harper.