Tommie Brown Qualifies to Seek House District 28 Re-Election; Eaton, Miller Pick Up Papers For House Races: Meldorf Picks Up For Soddy Daisy Judge

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Rep. Tommie Brown has qualified to seek re-election to the House District 28 seat she has long held. She will be up against Rep. JoAnne Favors, who was placed in District 28 in Republican-led redistricting. Johnny Horne has also qualified, and Basil Marceaux Jr. has picked up.

Lawrence Miller has picked up papers for the House District 26 race. The incumbent, Gerald McCormick, qualified earlier, as did Rodger Cooksey.

Frank Eaton picked up for House District 27. Rep. Richard Floyd qualified earlier.

Basil Marceaux Sr. also picked up.

Attorney John Meldorf picked up papers to run for Soddy Daisy judge in the Aug. 2 election. Mike Little and J. Chad Hogue are the only candidates to qualify thus far in the race to take the place of Judge David Norton.

The qualifying deadline for the Aug. 2 voting is Thursday at noon.

Senate District 10

Greg Vital Qualified

Todd Gardenhire Qualified

David Testerman Qualified

Quenston Coleman

Andrae McGary

House District 26

Gerald McCormick Qualified

Rodger Cooksey Qualified

Lawrence Miller

House District 27

Richard Floyd Qualified

Basil Marceaux Sr.

Frank Eaton

House District 28

JoAnne Favors Qualified

Basil Marceaux Jr.

Tommie Brown Qualified

Johnny Horne Qualified

House District 29

Mike Carter Qualified

House District 30

Larry Grohn

Brent Lambert

Brian White

L. Brock Bennington Qualified

Sandy Smith

Vince Dean Qualified

Soddy Daisy Judge

Marty Lasley

Mike Little Qualified

Chris Lanier

J. Chad Hogue Qualified

Mitchell Meeks 

John McDougal

Bryan Hoss

John Meldorf

 


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