Several shoo-ins so far in Copiah — qualifying ends Friday at 5 p.m.

Published 8:51 pm Thursday, February 28, 2019

Qualifying in Copiah County comes to a close Friday at 5 p.m. and several seats remain unopposed.

The following is a list of those qualifying for offices in Copiah County as of Thursday afternoon:

• Chancery Clerk: Democrat Steve Amos

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• Circuit Clerk: Democrat Edna Edwards Stevens

• Constable Post 1: Democrat Jimmy Dale White

• Constable Post 2: Democrats Chris Granger, Kenneth Wayne Roberts and Larry Smith

• Coroner: Democrat Ellis A. Stuart

• County attorney: Democrat Elise B. Munn

• Justice Court Judge Post 1: Democrats Teresa G. Bozeman and Mona Lisa Carr

• Justice Court Judge Post 2: Democrat Vicki Bass Ramsey

• Sheriff: Democrats Harold L. Jones and Byron Swilley

• Tax Assessor: Democrat Todd Mooney

• Tax Collector: Democrat April S. Holloway

• District 1 Supervisor: Democrat Daryl McMillian Sr. and independent Sue Barlow Johnson

• District 2 Supervisor: Democrat Terry Channell

• District 3 Supervisor: Democrats Perry V. Hood, Kenneth “Hog” Ramsey and Alfred Guy Young III

• District 4 Supervisor: Democrat Kenny Ray Powell

• District 5 Supervisor: Democrats Scott Barnes and Dwayne Thompson and independents Judson Jackson and Darren “Big D” Powell

Individuals planning to run either Republican or Democrat pay a $100 fee to qualify. Those qualifying as independent pay a $100 fee and must return forms with 50 qualified electors’ signatures.

Election Day for primaries is Aug. 6 with a runoff, if needed, set for Aug. 27. General Election Day is Nov. 5.