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DeKalb County's Ballot Fills Up For Election Season

Qualifying for the ballot ends Friday. DeKalb County has a list of county candidates for partisan and nonpartisan seats that was updated Wednesday.

The DeKalb County voter's office has updates on who has qualified for the ballots through Wednesday.

Elaine Boyer has qualified for the District 1 Board of Commissioner seat, according to the DeKalb voter's office. She registered through the county's Republican Party, per the guidelines for DeKalb's partisan candidates.

DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis will face challenges from within the Democratic Party. Gregory Adams and Jerome Edmondson have qualified. 

Sheriff Thomas Brown Jr. has qualified to run as an incumbent.

In the non-partisdan races, Paul Womack will face challengers for his seat on the DeKalb County Board of Education. Tom Gilbert and Jim Kinney have qualified for the District 4 race.

In District 2, Marshall Orson is the lone qualifier as of Wednesday. In District 6, Melvin Johnson is the lone qualifier. 

In the State Legislature, Rep. Tom Taylor, (R), and Sen. Fran Millar, (R), have qualified for the ballot.

Sagamore 7 May 25, 2012 at 01:09 PM
James (Jim) McMahan has registered for District 4 for DeKalb County school board also. He is on the school council at Sagamore Hills ES and at Henderson Middle School and has been the PTA rep for all of Lakeside HS feeder schools. He is well informed and has been an active part of changing the culture of DeKalb County Schools. Go get them Jim, we're behind you! I wonder if the DeKalb School Watch will endorse a candidate? S7
Cerebration May 25, 2012 at 02:18 PM
Incumbents Don McChesney and Pam Speaks both qualified yesterday as well. The list needs to be updated to reflect that.

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