Jackson County’s 2012 election questions will be resolved within a week. Voters will go back to the polls next Tuesday to finish the process of electing a new sheriff and judge of the probate court, and they’ll have a say in selecting the new representative in Congress from the Ninth Congressional District.
Early voting began Wednesday morning. It will continue through Friday at the Jackson County Administrative Building. There will be no Saturday voting.
The Republican primary runoff election features the race for sheriff between Ramone Gilbert and Janis Mangum, and for Congress, between Doug Collins and Martha Zoller. The nonpartisan race for probate judge features the runoff between Sherry Moore and Donna Sikes. There is no Democratic primary runoff, but election superintendent Lori Wurtz notes that voters who participated in the Democratic primary July 31 can cast ballots in the nonpartisan race for probate judge. That race will also be on the Republican ballot.
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