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Primary Candidates

Published: Wednesday, April 9, 2014 11:16 a.m. CST

The following is the primary candidates in the Creston News Advertiser Coverage area.

The person receiving the most votes — or any votes if unopposed — will move on to the general election.

Adair County

Board of Supervisor

District 2

Republican candidate — Ralph Lents

Democrat candidate — Steven Shelley

Board of Supervisor

District 4

Republican candidates — Cliff Sheriff and Brian Rohrig

Democrat candidate — Jodie Hoadley

Treasurer

Republican candidate — Brenda Wallace

Recorder

Republican candidate — Janelle Schneider

Attorney

Democrat candidate — Michael Maynes

Adams County

Board of Supervisor

District 1

Republican candidate — Douglas Birt

Democrat candidate — Larry Sawyer

Board of Supervisor, District 3

Republican candidate — Linda England

Democratic candidate — Kevin Wynn

Board of Supervisor

District 4

Republican candidates — Kevin Olson and Leland Shipley

Democrat candidates — Tyler Edwards

Treasurer

Democratic candidate — Nancy Kempton

Recorder

Republican candidate — Jamie Stargell

Democrat candidate — Iona Allen

Attorney

Democrat candidate — Andrew Zimmerman

Ringgold County

Board of Supervisor

Republican candidates — Paul Dykstra, Tracee Knapp and Amy Shields

Democrat candidate — Rodney Holmes

Recorder

Democrat candidate — Kisha Martin

Treasurer

Republican candidate — Debra Cannon

Ringgold/Taylor Attorney

Republican candidate — Clinton Spurrier

Taylor County

Board of Supervisor

District 2

Republican candidate — Doug Horton

Democrat candidate — Robert Lundquist

Treasurer

Republican candidate — Dana Davis

Recorder

Republican candidate — Rick Sheley

Ringgold/Taylor Attorney

Republican candidate — Clinton Spurrier

Union County

Board of Supervisor

Republican candidate — Ron Riley

Democrat candidate — Paul Hayes

Recorder

Republican candidate — Paula White

Treasurer

Republican candidate — Kelly Busch

Attorney

Republican candidate — Tim Kenyon

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