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Paulding voters could see three rematches for county, state offices
by Tom Spigolon
March 05, 2014 01:06 PM | 1675 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Two state and county incumbents and their past opponents filed this week to seek the offices in the May 20 primary elections in Paulding County.

Another former county commission candidate also filed, which could set up a third rematch.

Tony Crowe and incumbent David Barnett filed to qualify for the Paulding County Commission Post 4 seat. Barnett defeated Crowe in a runoff for the seat in 2010.

Vernon Collett filed to qualify for the county commission Post 3 seat. Collett lost a 2010 race for the same seat to incumbent Tommie Graham, who had not filed as of midday on Wednesday.

In a Georgia General Assembly race, incumbent Kim Alexander, a Paulding native, qualified to seek the Democratic nomination, and Bob Snelling qualified to seek the Republican nomination for the House District 66 seat. Alexander defeated Snelling for the seat in 2012.

Candidates who have turned in paperwork to qualify for Paulding County local and state offices include:

County commission:

Post 2:

Todd Pownall (I)

Post 3:

Vernon Collett

Post 4:

David Barnett (I)

Tony Crowe

School board:

District 2:

Nick Chester (I)

District 5:

Earl Cosgrove

Sammy McClure (I)

District 6:

Kim Curl (I)

District attorney:

Republicans:

Dick Donovan (I)

Superior Court Judge:

James Osborne (I)

State House of Representatives:

District 17:

Republicans:

David Bond

Howard Maxwell (I)

District 19

Republicans:

Paulette Braddock (I)

District 66:

Democrats:

Kim Alexander (I)

Republicans:

Bob Snelling

District 67:

Republicans:

Micah Gravley (I)

State Senate:

District 30:

Republicans:

Mike Dugan (I)

District 31:

Republicans:

Bill Heath (I)

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