Calhoun County Republican caucuses and convention planned

The Calhoun County Republican Party Convention event has been rescheduled, so if you would like to be a part of the grass roots organization for the Republican Party for the 2020-2024 term, be sure to attend the first step in nominating delegates to the Republican National Convention.
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One contested race among election commissioners

Qualified concluded with one contested race for the next term for Calhoun County Election Commissioners.
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Farmer qualifies in District Two election commissioner race

Jane Farmer has qualified for the district two election commissioner post pending board of supervisors approval.
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Qualifying underway for election commissioners

Qualifying is underway for Calhoun County election commissioners with a deadline of June 1.
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Republican convention, county caucus postponed

The Mississippi Republican Party’s state convention, originally scheduled for May 15 and 16, has been postponed. As part of an ongoing response to COVID-19, Governor Tate Reeves today issued an executive order granting political parties flexibility in conducting their state conventions. The MSGOP hopes to reschedule its state convention as soon as it is safe to do so and continues to monitor all guidance issued by government and health officials.
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Trump, Biden carry Calhoun County easily

Pres. Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden were easy winners in Tuesday's primaries in Calhoun County.

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Women’s club ladies at Advocacy Day

Members of the GFWC Mississippi Federation of Women’s Clubs visited the State Capitol on February 26 for the American Heart Association’s Mississippi Advocacy Day.

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Voters will choose either Democrat or Republican ballot, March 10 primary

Absentee Ballots are now available for the March 10 Republican and Democratic primaries.
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Absentee voting underway for presidential primaries

Calhoun County voters will go to the polls March 10 to cast their votes in the United States Presidential Primaries for the both the Democrat and Republican parties.
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Pollan, Tillman, Thompson, Wade all win local elections

Sheriff Greg Pollan won easily. Chancery Clerk Romona Tillman won a tightly contested race. Board of Supervisors President Barney Wade earned another term and Gerald Thompson, of Bruce, earned his first on the board of supervisors in Tuesday’s general election.
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