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Candidates who qualified early

Registration and qualification for candidates seeking Bryan County elective office runs through noon Friday at the election supervisor’s office, 151 College St. in Pembroke.

The county Board of Commissioners and Board of Education each have three seats up for election. On the commissioners, chairman and representatives for Districts 1 and 3 are up, while the BoE has vice chair and representatives for Districts 2 and 3 up.

Other Bryan County seats up for election this year are sheriff, probate judge, clerk of superior court, tax commissioner, coroner, state court judge and solicitor general.

For more information, call Bryan County Election Supervisor Cindy Reynolds at 912-653-3859.

Candidates with an asterisk (*) by their names are incumbents.

The following had qualified as of early Wednesday afternoon. Check Friday afternoon and next week’s Bryan County News for a complete list of candidates.

U.S. Senate: Cheryl Copeland, John F. Coyne III and James Knox (Democrat), and Derrick Grayson and Johnny Isakson* (Republican)

U.S. Representative, District 1: Buddy Carter* (Republican)

State Senate, District 1: Ben Watson* (Republican)

State Representative, District 160: Jan Tankersley* (Republican)

State Representative, District 164: Ron Stephens* (Republican)

State Representative, District 166: Jesse Petrea* (Republican)

Bryan County commissioners, District 3: Steve Myers* (Republican)

Bryan County BoE, District 2: Dennis Seger* (Republican)

Bryan County BoE, District 3: Amy Murphy* (Republican)

Bryan County clerk of Superior Court: Becky Crowe* (Republican)

Bryan County probate judge: Billy Reynolds (Republican)

Bryan County sheriff: Clyde Smith* and Cleve White (Republican)

Bryan County solicitor general: Andrew Johnson and Don Montgomery

Bryan County tax commissioner: Carrol Ann Coleman* (Republican).

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