The DeKalb County Election Commission has issued qualifying petitions to ninteen persons for next year's elections.
Administrator of Elections Dennis Stanley said petitions have been provided to the following persons:
Michael Clayborn for County Clerk (Incumbent)
Jeffrey McMillen for Register of Deeds (Incumbent)
James L. Poss for County Clerk
James Sprague for Road Supervisor
Katherine Pack for Circuit Court Clerk (Incumbent)
Bratten H. Cook, II for General Sessions Judge (Incumbent)
Jonathan Low for Constable in the Second District
Michael Agee for Sheriff
Bobby Taylor for County Commissioner in the Fourth District
Travis Bryant for Constable in the Third District
Tony Lawson for Constable in the Second District
Wayne Cantrell for County Commissioner in the Fourth District (Incumbent)
Jeff Barnes for County Commissioner in the Sixth District (Incumbent)
Bennett Armstrong for County Commissioner in the First District
Elmer Ellis, Jr. for County Commissioner in the First District (Incumbent)
Rick Cantrell for County Commissioner in the Fifth District (Incumbent)
Kevin Robinson for County Commissioner in the Seventh District
David McDowell for County Commissioner in the Fourth District (Incumbent)
Margie Rigsby Miller for General Sessions Judge
All are expected to be candidates for the nomination of their party in the DeKalb County Democratic Primary May 6 except for Low, Bryant, and Lawson who will be running as Independents in the DeKalb County General Election in August to fill unexpired Constable positions
Stanley said Clayborn, Poss, Sprague, Agee, Taylor, and McMillen have already returned their completed petitions to the election commission office.
The qualifying deadline is noon February 20, 2014.