2 Justice of Peace races, judgeships at stake on Primary Election Day
The Republican Primary will consist of local, state and national elections.
The local primary will consist of two contested races for Columbia County Justice of the Peace slots. In District 2, Sam Sharp will be pitted against Sharon Godwin and in District 6, Steve R. Lee will face Greg Sanders.
Unopposed races consist of the following candidates: U.S. Senate – Senator Tom Cotton; U.S. Congress District 4 – Representative Bruce Westerman; State Senate District 12 – Charles Beckham;
State Representative District 2 – Representative Lane Jean; State Representative District 5 – Chase McDowell; State Representative District 6 – State Representative Matthew J. Shepherd; Justice of Peace District 1 – Virginia Annette Pate; Justice of Peace District 3 – Russell W. Thomas; Justice of the Peace District 4 – Penny Cook; Justice of Peace District 5 – Rick Waller; Justice of Peace District 9 – Burnie Sharp; Justice of Peace District 11 – Jason Ray; Constable 1 North – Charles A Holt; Constable 2 South – Derek Avery; Constable 3 Magnolia City – Dr. Randal H. Adams; Constable McNeil 4 – John Ferguson; and Constable 7 Taylor – Rick Wyrick.
In the U.S. presidential election, President Donald J. Trump faces two contenders in the Republican primary. He is going against Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente and Bill Weld.
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