So far, only incumbents have filed for Warren County offices

Published 6:48 pm Saturday, January 26, 2019

Another incumbent Warren County Supervisor has filed paperwork seeking re-election.

District 3 Supervisor Charles Selmon joins fellow supervisors William Banks and John Carlisle in filing paperwork to run in Warren County’s August primary election.

Selmon, a Democrat, was first elected to the Warren County Board of Supervisors in 1996.

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According to the Warren County Circuit Clerk’s office, incumbent justice court judge Jeff Crevitt has also filed his papers this week seeking another term. Crevitt is currently the justice court judge for the Southern District.

Last week, incumbent constables Glenn McKay, Troy Kimble and John Heggins filed qualifying papers with the circuit clerk’s office.

McKay is constable for the county’s Northern District, while Kimble, who won a special election in November, is constable of the Central District and Heggins is Southern District Constable.

Coroner Doug Huskey has also filed qualifying papers seeking re-election.

Ben Luckett, a Republican, will seek re-election as Warren County tax assessor. He was first elected to office in 2015.

Incumbent Warren County Tax Collector Antonia Flaggs-Jones will also seek re-election after filing qualifying papers with the circuit clerk’s office.

So far, only incumbents have filed the necessary paperwork seeking public office in Warren County.

Banks and John Carlisle both filed qualifying papers with the circuit clerk’s office three weeks ago. Banks, supervisor in District 2, filed as a Democrat, while Carlisle, supervisor in District 4, filed as a Republican.

Banks was first elected as District 2 supervisor in 2005, while Carlisle was first elected in 2015.

Eddie Woods, justice court judge for the Northern District, also filed his paperwork seeking re-election.

Ricky Johnson, the incumbent Warren County prosecuting attorney, filed as an Independent in his bid for re-election.

Circuit Clerk Jan Hyland Daigre and incumbent Chancery Clerk Donna Farris Hardy both filed their paperwork the first week of qualifying seeking re-election.

Candidates have until 5 p.m. March 1 to file their qualifying paperwork.

Candidate information and forms are available on the Secretary of State’s website or at the Circuit Clerk’s Office. Primary elections will be held Aug. 6, with a runoff set for Aug. 27, if necessary. The general election will be held Nov. 5 and the possible runoff Nov. 26.