Election Commission Has 39 Contenders For Administrator Of Elections

Wednesday, December 04, 2013

The Election Commission has 39 applicants to consider for election administrator.

Charlotte Mullis-Morgan is retiring.

The candidates are:

Barry Garner Raleigh North Carolina 27604
Heidi Mahlum Sale Creek Tennessee 37373
Janina Muller Chattanooga Tennessee 37416
Michael Kirk Hixson Tennessee 37343
David Alexy Chattanooga Tennessee 37405
Joelander Wheeler Chattanooga Tennessee 37411
Jules Doux Hixson Tennessee 37343
Joe McDonald Chattanooga Tennessee 37412
Kari Erwin Chattanooga Tennessee 37412
Douglas Davis Ooltewah Tennessee 37363
Erin Crane East Ridge Tennessee 37412
Marti Rutherford Chattanooga Tennessee 37411
Todd Bragg Chattanooga Tennessee 37416
William Jones Chattanooga Tennessee 37411
Tracy Thomas Hixson Tennessee 37343
Patrick McFadden Signal Mountain Tennessee 37377
Tamara McKamey Chattanooga Tennessee 37416
Stacey Margrander Soddy Daisy Tennessee 37379
Justo Morales Collegedale Tennessee 37315
George Clinton East Ridge Tennessee 37412
George Bozeman Harrison Tennessee 37341
Brad Ledford Chattanooga Tennessee 37415
David Torbett Ooltewah Tennessee 37363
Jocelyn Loza Apison Tennessee 37302
Michael Ballard Chattanooga Tennessee 37404
Jeffrey Lewis Hixson Tennessee 37343

Louise Patterson Chattanooga 37404

Dianne Hicks Chattanooga Tennessee 37415
Teralyn Wade Chattanooga Tennessee 37416
Michael Ogden Chattanooga Tennessee 37405
Mark Simpson Chattanooga Tennessee 37421
Lanetta Schatz Raleigh North Carolina 27604
Larry Minniear Hixson Tennessee 37343-4320
Sharon Moody Ooltewah Tennessee 37363
Kerry Steelman Chattanooga Tennessee 37415
Jack Boran Chattanooga Tennessee 37412
Matthew Massengale Chattanooga Tennessee 37421
Michael Hudson Whitwell Tennessee 37397

Sherrill Moss Signal Mountain, Tn., 37377




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