Chancery judge candidates make their case in forum

All three candidates vying to become Calhoun County’s next chancery judge particpated in a judicial candidate forum hosted by the Lafayette County Bar Association in Oxford last week.

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Three qualify for district four school board race

Both Calhoun County school board races will be contested on the Nov. 6 ballot after three candidates qualified Tuesday in district four.

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Brown qualifies in district three school board race

Election qualifying for Calhoun County School Board is half way through and there is now a contested race.

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Logan is first to qualify for school board

The first week of election qualifying for Calhoun County School Board has concluded with one one signing up thus far.

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Sherman carries Calhoun, but Baria wins statewide; Guest, with Calhoun connections, advances to general

AP – Republican nominee Michael Guest moves toward the general election in Mississippi’s 3rd Congressional District with a big advantage: the electoral dynamo of his home county.
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Democratic runoff next Tuesday

Calhoun County Democrats will return to the polls next Tuesday, June 26 for a runoff between Howard Sherman, the husband of TV star Sela Ward of Meridian, and David Baria, a state representative from Bay St. Louis.
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Calhoun voter turnout was 10% Tuesday; Democratic runoff set for June 26; Guest advances

Voter turnout was 10% Tuesday in Calhoun County with Sen. Roger Wicker advancing in the U.S. Senate Republican Primary and a runoff secured on the Democratic side.

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Democratic poll workers set, June 5 primary

Democratic poll workers have been named for the Democratic Primary election Tuesday, June 5.
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Circuit Clerk’s office open next two Saturdays

The Circuit Clerk’s office in Pittsboro will be open for the next two Saturdays – May 26 and June 2 – for absentee voting in the June 5 party primaries.
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Two contested judicial races on the ballot in Calhoun

Calhoun County will have two contested judicial races on the November ballot after qualifying in the nonpartisan elections ended last Friday.
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