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December 7, 2012

Candidates file for school board seats

Ada —  

Candidates for the boards of education in eight Pontotoc County school districts recently filed their intentions to run for their respective school offices.

Personnel of the Pontotoc County Election Board said the filing period ended at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5.

Candidates for the board of education in the Pontotoc Technology Center also filed their declarations during the same time period.

The board of education positions at stake will be filled at the annual school election scheduled for Feb. 12, 2013.  If no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the total votes cast in this election, the two candidates receiving the highest number of votes will meet in an election on April 2, 2013.

Offices for which declarations of candidacy were filed at the county election board office include the following:

 

School Office No. Candidates

District

Ada 3 Ward 4 Todd Boone (I) (unopposed)

 

Allen 3 Robert A. Hammonds (I) (unopposed)

 

Byng 3 Ward 3 Judy Brooks (I)

(unopposed)

1 Ward 1 Jeff Case (I)

(unexpired term)

Gary Watkins

 

Latta 3 Royce D. Chandler (I) (unopposed)

 

Pontotoc Technology Center

5 Zone 5 John Anderson (I)

(unopposed)

Roff 3 Bill Lee (I)

J.J. Jones

Randy Stephens

Stonewall 3 Linda Townsend (I)

(unopposed)

 

Vanoss 3 Bo Ellis

Jerry Price

Darrell R. Phillips (I)

 

(I) denotes incumbents

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