Attorney Lisa Bowman Picks Up For Circuit Court Clerk; Powell May Run For County Commission District 4; Brown Qualifies In District 7

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Attorney Lisa Bowman has picked up as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk in the Republican primary.

Already slated to be in the Republican field are County Commissioner Larry Henry and sheriff's official Ron Parson.

The field continues to get more crowded in County Commission District 4 with Orenthal Powell the latest to pick up in the Democratic primary.

Veteran incumbent Warren Mackey is already facing opposition from Pam Ladd and Kirkland Robinson.

Don Brown has picked up to run as a Democrat in County Commission District 7, and he has qualified. Ezra Maize also qualified as a Democrat. John Taylor has picked up. The GOP race features Perry Perkins, Phil Smartt and Sabrena Turner.

Paul Parker, county real property manager, has qualified to run for register of deeds. Incumbent Pam Hurst is already opposed by Ryan Epperson.

Basil Marceaux Sr. has qualified to run as a Republican for county mayor. Incumbent Jim Coppinger and Richard Ford qualified earlier.

County Commission

District 1

Randy Fairbanks (R) Qualified

Fred Skillern (R) Qualified

District 2

Jim Fields (R) Qualified

District 3

Marty Haynes (R) Qualified

District 4

Pam Ladd (D)

Warren Mackey (D) Qualified

Orenthal Powell (D)

Kirkland Robinson (D) Qualified

District 5

Greg Beck (D) Qualified

Isiah Hester (D) Qualified

District 6

Joe Graham (R) Qualified

John Allen Brooks (D) Qualified

District 7

Pat Fountain (D)

Ezra Maize (D) Qualified

Perry Perkins (R) Qualified

Phil Smartt (R) Qualified

John R. Taylor Sr. (D)

Sabrena Turner (R) Qualified

District 8

Curtis Adams (R) Qualified

Tim Boyd (R) Qualified

Brent Lambert (R) Qualified

Rusty Munger Jr. (D) Qualified

Kenny Smith (D) Qualified

District 9 

Chester Bankston (R) Qualified

Melinda Bone (D)

County Mayor 

Jim Coppinger (R) Qualified

Richard Ford (I) Qualified

Basil Marceaux (R) Qualified


Sheriff

Jim Hammond (R) Qualified

Chris Harvey (R) Qualified

County Clerk

Bill Knowles (R) Qualified

Eric Lewis (D) 

Trustee

Bill Hullander (R) Qualified

Register of Deeds

Ryan Epperson (R) Qualified

Pam Hurst (R) Qualified

Paul Parker (R) Qualified

Criminal Court Clerk

Vince Dean (R) Qualified

Gwen Tidwell (D) Qualified

Brian White (D) Qualified

Circuit Court Clerk

Lisa Bowman (R)

Larry Henry (R) Qualified

Ron Parson (R) Qualified

Juvenile Court Clerk

Gary Behler (R) Qualified

Public Defender

Ardena Garth (D)

Steve Smith (R) Qualified

District Attorney

Neal Pinkston Qualified

Criminal Court Judge

Division 1

Barry Steelman (R) Qualified

Division 2

Rebecca Stern (R) Qualified

Division 3

Don Poole (D) Qualified

Juvenile Court Judge

Rob Philyaw (R) Qualified

Yolanda Mitchell (D) Qualified

Circuit Court Judge

Division 1

J.B. Bennett (R) Qualified

Stuart James (D)

Catherine Cate White (R) Qualified

Division 2

Jeff Hollingsworth (R) Qualified

Division 3

Marie Williams (R) Qualified

Division 4

Neil Thomas (R) Qualified

Chancellor

Part 1

Pam Fleenor (R) Qualified

Joe Manuel (R) Qualified

Part 2

Jeff Atherton (R) Qualified

City Court

Division 1

Sherry Paty Qualified

Division 2

Russell Bean Qualified

 







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