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April 23, 2014

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Several More File Election Petitions;
One Withdraws

Originally published: 2014-02-05 10:56:45
Last modified: 2014-02-05 11:15:41
 


Mills, O'Brien, Thompson, Waddle, Hopson, Tipton To Run For Local Office; Myers Withdraws From State Office Race

More candidates have filed petitions with the Greene County Election Commission for the May 6 County Primary Elections, and the Aug. 7 State Primary Election.

Assistant District Attorney General Cecil Mills, of 312 Dogwood Loop, Greeneville, has filed a petition as a candidate in the County Democratic Primary Election for the office of District Attorney General in the Third Judicial District.

This district includes Greene, Hamblen, Hancock and Hawkins counties.

Mills has served for a number of years as an assistant district attorney general.

Assistant District Attorney General Dan Armstrong and local attorney Ed Kershaw previously filed petitions to run in the Republican Primary Election for the office.

Eddie H. O'Brien, of 1034 West Vann Road, Greeneville, has filed a petition for the office of County Mayor.

O'Brien will run in the Republican Primary for the countywide office.

O'Brien has previously made unsuccessful bids for the office of County Mayor and Greeneville Mayor.

Other candidates who have already filed to run in the Republican Primary for the county mayor's office include Joshua "Josh" Arrowood and County Commissioners Lloyd "Hoot" Bowers and David Crum.

Kenneth Lane has also filed a petition to run as an independent for the office.

David E. Thompson, of 1275 McCoy Road, Greeneville, has filed a petition to run for reelection as County Clerk.

Thompson is currently serving in his second term as County Clerk.

He will run in the Republican Primary for the countywide office.

Former Deputy Clerk Lori Bryant, Kathy L. Gentry and Jimmie Pates have also filed petitions to run in the Republican Primary for the office.

John S. Waddle Jr., of 1105 Wilkerson Road, Mosheim, has filed a petition to run for reelection to the County Commission from the 6th Commissioner District.

This district includes the precincts of McDonald, Warrensburg, Mohawk, Mt. Carmel, Midway, Mosheim and Mosheim Corporation.

Waddle is currently serving in his third term on the County Commission and formerly served as the county's budget director.

He will run in the Democratic Primary.

Finally, in the August 7 primary, Fred L. Myers Jr., of 138 Iris Place, Newport, has withdrawn from running in the Republican primary for the seat of State Executive Committeeman in the 1st Senatorial District.

This district includes Greene, Cocke, Hamblen and Sevier counties.

Rex Hopson, of 695 Seaton Road, Afton, has filed a petition to run for reelection to the County School Board from the 4th School Board District.

This district includes the precincts of Flag Branch, Courthouse, Greystone and Sunnyside.

Hopson is currently serving his third term from the 3rd School Board District, which was rezoned during the last redistricting process.

Rick Tipton, of 560 Kiser Loop, Greeneville, has filed a petition to run for election to the School Board's unexpired term in the 7th School Board District.

This district includes the precincts of Orebank, Mt. Pleasant, High School, Highland Roby, Andrew Johnson and Glenwood.

The Greene County Commission appointed Tipton to the seat in November following former Chairman Roger Jones' resignation to move to Knoxville.

Petitions are available at the Greene County Election Commission Office, located on North Main Street.

The qualifying deadline for the May 6 County Primary Election is noon, Feb. 20.

The qualifying deadline for the Aug. 7 State Primary Election the is noon, April 3.

 
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