Five county offices contested in this year’s elections

The offices of chancery clerk, coroner, supervisors in districts three and four, and sheriff will all be contested during the 2019 Calhoun County elections.
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Senate district eight race drawing lots of candidates; Grist running for Transportation Commissioner

The race to succeed Calhoun County’s state senator Russell Jolly is drawing a crowded field this far.
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Hubbard qualifies to run for Pittsboro mayor

Alderwoman and Vice-Mayor Cindy Hubbard is the first to qualify for the special election to become the next mayor of Pittsboro.
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Few challengers thus far as qualifying enters final month

Exactly one month remains to qualify for this year’s elections and thus far there are few challengers jumping in.
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Special election set for Pittsboro mayor

Qualifying has begun for a March 5 special election to see who will succeed the late Reda Bullard as the next mayor in Pittsboro.
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District Three Supervisor remains only contested race thus far

All Calhoun County incumbents have qualified to seek re-election thus far with only one contested race thus far.
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More than a dozen have already qualified for Calhoun County elections

Qualifying began today for 2019 Calhoun County elections. Those entering races this far are:

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Qualifying for next year’s county elections opens Jan. 2

Election qualifying for all county offices opens Jan. 2 and will continue until March 1.
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Hyde-Smith, Little win in Tuesday’s runoff election

U.S. Sen. Cindy-Hyde Smith carried Calhoun County with 66% of the vote and won statewide with 54% in her race against Mike Espy in Tuesday's runoff.

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U.S. Senate, Chancery Judge on Nov. 27 runoff ballot

Calhoun County voters will return to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 27 to help decide two races that advanced to runoff.

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