Lauderdale seeking fifth term as county’s District 4 supervisor
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, January 29, 2003
The Warren County Board of Supervisors’ longest-serving member filed qualifying papers Tuesday to run for a fifth term from District 4.
Bill Lauderdale, 55, on the board since 1984, will face at least two first-time office-seekers in the Nov. 4 general election. Sixth-grade teacher Carl Flanders, 33, and business owner Reginald King, 56, had already filed to run for the post.
All three have filed as independent candidates, meaning their names will not appear on Aug. 5 party primary ballots.
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Lauderdale, who has served several terms as board president, said he treats his supervisor’s position as a full-time job.
Elections this year will include 20 county and county-district offices and all statewide, legislative and many state-district offices. The filing deadline for candidates for all elections is March 1.
Voter-registration deadlines for party primaries and the general election are July 5 and Oct. 5 respectively.
Others who had filed for local races Tuesday afternoon were:
Chancery clerk: Dot McGee, 65, Democrat.
Circuit clerk: Shelly Ashley-Palmertree, 33, Democrat; Mike Caruthers, 47, independent; Trey Miller, 36, Republican.
Central District constable: Rudolph Walker, 49, Democrat.
Northern District constable: Eddie Hoover, 38, independent; Glenn McKay, 40, Democrat.
Coroner: John Thomason, 44, independent.
Central District justice court judge: Richard Bradford, 59, Democrat.
Southern District justice court judge: Joe Crevitt, 65, Democrat.
District 1 supervisor: David McDonald, 53, Republican.
District 2 supervisor: Michael Mayfield, 44, Democrat.
District 3 supervisor: Charles Selmon, 43, Democrat.
District 5 supervisor: Richard George, 53, independent; Joe Wooley, 60, independent.
Tax assessor: Richard Holland, 47, Democrat.
Tax collector: Patricia Simrall, 56, Democrat.
District 54 representative: Chester Masterson, 69, Republican; Alex Monsour, 40, Republican.
District 56 representative: Jep Barbour, 41, Republican.
District 85 representative: Chuck Middleton, 43, Democrat.
District 23 senator: Mike Chaney, 59, Republican.