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  • Filing period open, numbers sparse so far

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  • Supply failed to meet de­mand during the opening day of the filing period for municipal government po­sitions in Carter County.
    Helen McReynolds, Carter County Election Board Secretary, reported two filings for upcoming elections in April.
    Danny Veal filed for Ward 4 in Healdton and is an incumbent. Glenn Bond filed for a 2-year trustee position in Spring­er to round out the number of Carter County filings. The filing period will run through Wednesday.
    In Love County, Charles Treadwell filed for the Ward 3 seat on the city council in Marietta.
    Johnston County re­ported the most activity on the opening filing day with a number of positions drawing interest.
    In Tishomingo, Brian Hurst and Sue Robins filed for the Ward 1 seat, which is a three-year term. Patty Braley was the lone filer for city clerk/treasurer.
    Dean Copeland and Don Harris filed for Mannsville Board of Trustees, Ward 2, a four-year term. Shonda Barnes, Becky Harris and Shelia Hannan all filed for treasurer. In Wapanucka, Carlene Jemison, Cathy Terry and Tommy Reeder filed for Board of Trust­ees, a four-year term and Tonya R. Moralez filed for town clerk/treasurer, a four-year term.
    Clarence Victor Love filed for Ravia Board of Trustees, a four-year term.
    The Murray County Election Board reported two filings for office in Sul­phur. Ronald Fondren, an incumbent, filed for Ward 4 and Chad A. Hill filed for Ward 2.
    In Marshall County, Tom Austin, an incumbent, filed for Seat 1 on the Madill City Council. Samuel Q. Dishmon filed for the Oak­land Board of Trustees, a four-year term. Leonard R. Nail and Kenneth How­ard filed for the Kingston Board of Trustees, which is a four-year term.
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