Former School Board Chairman Chip Henderson Picks Up For City Council District 1 Race

Monday, November 12, 2012

Former Hamilton County School Board Chairman Chip Henderson has picked up papers for a run for City Council District 1.

That may pit him against a longtime county school principal, Tom McCullough. Matthew Ware and recall leader Jim Folkner may also be in the fray for the post being vacated by Deborah Scott.

Mr. Henderson is from Lookout Valley.

District 1

Tom McCullough Qualified

Matthew Ware

Jim Folkner

Chip Henderson

District 2

George Jackson

Roger Tuder Qualified

Priscilla Simmons Qualified

Thomas Lee III

Ryan Kopet

Jerry Mitchell

District 3

Ken Smith

Pam Ladd

District 4

Larry Grohn Qualified

Ryan King Qualified

Scott McColpin

Tom Tomisek

Jack Benson Qualified

Joe Dzik

District 5

Russell Gilbert Qualified

District 6

Carol Berz

District 7

Tramble Stephens Qualified

Ervin Mitchell Qualified

Manny Rico Qualified

Chris Anderson

Milton Jackson

District 8

Moses Freeman

District 9

Demetrus Menifee Qualified

Peter Murphy Qualified

Yusuf Hakeem Qualified

Mayor

Guy Satterfield - Qualified

Andy Berke

City of Collegedale

Debbie Baker

Tim Johnson Qualified

Katie Lamb


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