Sewell Seeking Re-Election In East Ridge

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

East Ridge Councilman Larry Sewell has qualified to seek-re-election.

In the upcoming Red Bank Commission race, Jane Hosemann had qualified. However, she has decided to drop out of the District 3 race.

Terry Pope picked up for Red Bank's District 3.

Annette Allen picked up for the Signal Mountain Commission

Curtis L. Jones has picked up for the Lakesite Commission.

Chuck Moore is the first to pick up for the Soddy Daisy Commission, and Janet Jobe is the first to pick up for the Ridgedale Commission. .

Red Bank Commission

Commission at large

John Roberts

District 1

Eric Fairchild

David R. Smith

Terry Pope

District 3

Dalton Alexander Templeton

Edward Lecompte Qualified

East Ridge Council

Robert Stahl Qualified

Jacky Cagle Qalified

Doris Rogers Qualified

Brian White Qualified

John Clemmer

Robert Bedwell Qualified

Larry Sewell Qualified

Mayor

Jim Bethune Qualified

Frances Pope Qualified

Lakesite Commission

William Neighbors

Valerie Boddy

Curtis L. Jones

Signal Mountain Council

Chris Howley Qualified

Susan Robertson Qualified

Robert Spalding Qualified

Annette Allen

Soddy Daisy Commission

Chuck Moore

Soddy Daisy Commission

Chuck Moore

Lakesite Commission

Phil Garver

Ridgedale Commission

Janet Jobe




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