August 7, 2014 General Election–May 6, 2014 Republican Primary

AUGUST 7, 2014 – COUNTY GENERAL/STATE PRIMARY     Republican Primary May 6, 2014

OFFICES THAT WILL APPEAR ON THE AUGUST BALLOTS

General Election

Circuit Court Judges – Parts I, II, III, & IV

Circuit Ct Pt1  1  Jim Hamilton  (I)

2   Tom Dubois Repub primary

Circuit Ct Pt2      Robert L Holloway, Jr. (I)

Circuit Ct Pt3      Robert L Bob Jones   (I)

Circuit Ct Pt4      Stella Hargrove  (I)

District Attorney     1  Charles (Chaz) Molder (I)

Brent Cooper  Repub  primary 

Public Defender Claudia Jack

County Mayor 1  Mike Bennett    Repub   primary

2    Larry Brown  (I)

3   Gary  Carbaugh (I)

4   Scott Cepicky    Repub   primary

5  Mike Dinwiddle  (I)

Chip Matlock  (I)

7   Charlie Norman  Repub  primary

8   Kim Willis (I)

 

County Trustee 1   Steve Konz  (I)

2    Daniel Cooper  (I)

 

General Sessions Judge – Part I  George Lovell, (I)

Part I Associate Judge,  Bobby Sands  (I)

Part II  Lee Bailey (I)

Sheriff                       1        Terry Chandler   Repub primary

2        Robin Howell  (I)

3        Bucky Rowland  (I)

4        Luis Sweeney  (I)

5        Jimmy Tennyson  (I)

County Clerk           1   Joey Alan  (I)

2    Paula Lindsey  (I)

3    Robbie Matthis  (I)

4    Audrie Dowarn Poynter  (I)

5    Andy Wilhoite  (I)

Circuit Court Clerk  Sandy McClain  (I)

Register of Deeds  John Fleming  (I)

 

County Commissioners –

                                   District 1    1  Christopher Burgess (I)

Donna Cook   Republican Primary

John Goodloe  (I)

4   Don Morrow (I)

District 2  1  Craig Harris Republican primary

Eric Previti  (I)

Wendy Ray

District 3  1  Talvin Barner  (I)

Gary Stovall  (I)

District 4 1  Ronnie Attkisson (I)

John Clear  (I)

Michael Fulbright Repub Primary

Danny Lockridge     (I)

5 James (Jim) Swindle (I)

District 5   1  Michael Kuzawinski, Jr. (I)              

Michael Singleton (I)

Scott Sumners (I)

Timothy Thomas  (I)                                                        

District 6   1  Gerald Adkison  (I)

John Kenley (I)

Sue Stephenson  (I)

Lane Anthony Warf  (I)

District 7     1   Kenneth Lord  (I)

John Poor Repub Primary

Ricky Sims  (I)

Linda Whiteside  (I)

John Poor    Repub Primary

District 8       1  Nathan Davidson (I)

Terry Dial  (I)

Todd Hooper (I)

Terry Potts  (I)

5   Ray Jetter  Repub Primary

District  9             1  Rick Miller  (I)

2  Stewart Parker  (I)

Sonny Shackelford  Repub Primary

District 10        1   Scott Moore (I)

William Roddy  (I)

Tommy Wolaver  (I)

District 11         1  Davis Burkhalter  (I)

Gwynne Evans (I)

Tricia Stickel (I)

School Board Members –

                              District      1  Loretta Goodloe  (I)

District        3

District       

District        7     Will Sims (I)

District        9

District        11     Tommy Dudley (I)

 

April 3, 12 noon Deadline Qualify School Board

Constables – Districts 1. No candidate filed

2 Steve Boshers

3 Steve Mangrum

4  Jeff Hardy

Anthony Frierson

5   Tim Holt

6   Bruce Peltier

Joey Potts

7   Darrel Thrasher

8   Marvin Cox

9   Michael King

10   1  Jeffrey Alan Galberth

Dalton Hayes

3   Howard Norman

11   1   Jackie Glenn

2   Robert Medina

 

 

Judicial Retention Questions

 

 

 

Tennessee House  Races

69th District-Republican   Michael Curico   Dickson

69th District-Democrat      David Shepard    Dickson

64th District-Republican    Sheila Butt     Columbia

Republican Executive

Committeewoman 28th   Angie McClanahan  Columbia

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR THE AUGUST ELECTION

February 20 12:00 Noon – Qualifying Deadline for all County

Offices with the exception of School Board candidates

 

April 3 12:00 Noon – Qualifying Deadline for School Board Candidates and State Primary Candidates

 

July 8 Last Day to Register to Vote – August

 

July 18 Early Vote Begins – August

 

August 2 Early Vote Ends – August

 

August 7 ELECTION DAY – August

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Flu Vaccine Now Available

Flu Vaccine Now Available at the Maury County Health Department

Columbia, Tenn. – Influenza, or flu, season is here, and the Maury County Health Department is ready to offer flu vaccine to area residents. No appointment is needed. We are opened Monday – Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm.

“It takes about two weeks to be protected after you get the flu vaccine, so it’s a good idea to get the vaccine as soon as it’s available,” said Mrs. Cook, director of Maury County Health Department. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that everyone six months of age and older get a flu vaccine each year, and we urge everyone to take this important preventive step to protect health in our community.”

Vaccine will be provided at a cost of $20 and may slide, based on income. The clinic is located at 1909 Hampshire Pike and open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

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Crime/Stabbing

On October 3, 2012, shortly after 7pm, officers responded to a stabbing call on Bradford Circle. Uponarrival, officers located the victim, Karen White, who had an apparent stab wound to her chest. Throughstatements on the scene and investigation it was determined that Mrs. White and her husband, Joddie
Daniel White had been involved in an altercation and Mr. White stabbed his wife and fled the residence.
Karen White was transported to Vanderbilt hospital in Nashville TN where she underwent surgery and remains in stable condition.
Warrants for attempted first degree murder have been obtained for Joddie Daniel White. It is possible that Mr. White may be on his way to Alabama (unknown specific location in Alabama).
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Joddie Daniel White is urged to contact the Columbia Police Department at (931) 388-2727, Crimestoppers at (931) 381-4900 or the SATE TIP LINE at (931) 380-2930

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New Columbia Assistance Police Chief Named

Michelle “Mickey” Jones
Assistant Chief of Police
September 23, 2012

A promotion ceremony was held Wednesday, September 26th at the Columbia Police
Department for our new Assistant Chief Michelle “Mickey” Jones that was promoted as
second in command of the department.
Mickey is a 23 year veteran of the department and began her career with the Police
Department as a dispatcher in 1989. Since then she has held the position police officer,
detective, Lieutenant of Investigations, Captain of Investigations, and her most recent
assignment of Captain of Patrol Division.
During her career, Mickey has received numerous awards to include: Officer of the
Year, the Frank Evans Leadership Award, and the Bailey Payton-Walter Griffin Law
Officer Achievement Award.
Mickey is a graduate of the Southeastern Command and Leadership Academy and the
Chief Executive Leadership Development Program, hosted by Tennessee Association
of Chiefs of Police.
Jones has a strong commitment to serving the Columbia Police Department and the
citizens of this community and there is no doubt that this promotion will strengthen the
Columbia Police Department and its overall mission of keeping Columbia S.A.F.E.,
Service, Accountability, Fellowship and Efficiency.
Mickey has a twenty-two year old daughter, Kendall. Jones is also a long time resident

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Convenience Store Robbery Columbia Tn

On Tuesday, July 24, 2012, at approximately 10:00 pm patrol responded to a
robbery at the Zip Mart located at 101 Santa Fe Pk in Columbia. Two black male
subjects entered the store brandishing firearms. The offenders took money from
cash register. Both offenders then fled on foot towards North James Campbell
Blvd. No one was injured during this incident.
The 1st offender is described as a black male, wearing all black clothing including a
black hoodie with a thin/light build.
The 2nd offender is described as a black male, wearing black baggy pants, dark
colored shirt and a gray hoodie with a thin/light build.
Anyone with any information on this incident is urged to contact the Columbia
Police Department’s Detective Division (931) 380-2721, Crimestoppers (931) 381-
4900 or the S.A.F.E. Tip line at (931) 380-2930

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Household Hazardous Waste Recycle Day

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Disposal

Maury County provides HHW collection events annually.
Maury County Household Hazardous Waste collection events are open to all residents of the state of Tennessee.
No commercial, Business, or farm materials will be accepted.
Material should be tightly sealed in its original container, if possible, and placed in a cardboard box. Glass containers should be wrapped in towels, cloth or packaged in some other way to prevent breakage. Materials should be transported to the event in the trunk or bed of your vehicle
Please ONLY bring materials that are listed below as accepted.
Used oil Hotline 1-800-287-9013

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Maury County Voting

Maury County election officials are reporting a good turnout for early voting in the August Primary and General elections. 225 people voted Monday, 90 Saturday and 188 Friday, the first day of early voting.

Early voting continues through July 28 at the Maury County Election office on Tradewinds drive. The last three days of early voting, a Spring Hill election booth will open according to Maury County Election Coordinator Todd Baxter.
Voting runs from 8 am to 4 pm Monday thru Friday. Saturday 8 am to 12 noon.

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