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Carroll County Has New Judges, District Attorney

Posted 8/9/22

Carroll County has a new General Sessions judge. Michael King defeated Larry Logan for the seat. Logan has served 41 years and is the longest-serving General Sessions judge in the state.

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Carroll County Has New Judges, District Attorney

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Carroll County has a new General Sessions judge. Michael King defeated Larry Logan for the seat. Logan has served 41 years and is the longest-serving General Sessions judge in the state.
 
The county’s most watched elections were those of the General Sessions judge and sheriff. Andy Dickson won re-election against challenger Tim Pratt. 
 
A total of 4,873 persons voted in the county general and state and federal primaries.
 
Brent Bradberry and Bruce Griffey are the new Circuit Court judges. Bradberry was earlier appointed by Governor Bill Lee to fill an unexpired term. Last Thursday, Bradberry ran unopposed. Griffey won the Republican nomination in March and cruised to victory in the August election without an opponent.
 
District Attorney Neil Thompson replaces Matthew Stowe. Thompson won the Republican nomination in March and had no opponent in the August election.
 
Chancellor Vicki Hoover was reelected to the office. Two years ago, she won an election to fill the unexpired term of Carma McGee and was re-elected this time without opposition. 
Brock Martin, a political newcomer, is the Republican nominee to serve as the state representative for District 79 defeating Gordon Wildridge. The district includes part of Gibson, Carroll, and Henderson counties. He and his wife, Krista are chiropractors in Huntingdon. He is a graduate of Bethel University. He faces Thomas Jefferson, the Democrat nominee in November. The incumbent, Curtis Halford, did not seek re-election.
 
Governor Bill Lee was unopposed in the Republican primary. He faces Dr. Jason Martin (D) in November.
 
There are 11 new county commissioners of the 21-member body. Ten did not seek re-election. Not seeking re-election were Jeremy Fowler, Ronnie Murphy, Steve Parker, John Mann, Vince Taylor, Johnny Blount, Gerald Scarbrough, Paula Watkins, Joel Washburn, and Lori Nolen. Hal Eason was the lone incumbent defeated in the August election.
 
The Commission now consists of: Jimmy Halford, Randy Long, Darrell Ridgely, Daniel Willman, Lana Suite, Joey Simmons, Larry Spencer, Daniel Thomas, Lin Smith, Joey Darnall, Cyril Ostiguy, Barry Mac Murphy, Jimmy McClure, Phillip Moore, Manuel Crossno, Walter Smothers, Jay Phipps, Willie Huffman, John Austin, Jason Martin and Spiros Roditis.
County Mayor Joseph Butler, County Clerk Darlene Kirk, County Trustee Paula Bolen, Property Assessor Rita Jones, Circuit Court Clerk Sarah Bradberry, Sheriff Andy Dickson, Public Defender Robert “Tas” Gardner, Road Commissioner Ricky Scott and Register of Deeds Natalie Porter all won re-election. Dickson defeated challenger Tim Pratt and Porter defeated challenger Harold T. Smith, Jr. In the District 2 Road Supervisor race, Ronnie Wade won the seat against Michael Kyle. Wade replaces retiring Scotty Bailey.
 
Winners at the county level take the oath of office on September 1, 2022.
 
The General Election included: winners are designated with an “*”
 
*Circuit Court Judge, District 24, Part 1: Brent Bradberry (R), no opponent. 3494.
 
*Circuit Court Judge, District 24, Part 2: Bruce Griffey (R), no opponent. 3248.
 
*Chancellor, District 24: Vicki Hoover (R), no opponent. 3375.
 
*District Attorney General, District 24: Neil Thompson (R), no opponent. 3640.
 
*Public Defender, District 24: Robert “Tas” Gardner, (R), no opponent. 3246.
 
*Carroll County Mayor: Joseph Butler (R), no opponent. 3977.
 
County Commission District 1 (elect 3): Patrick Lindsey (R), 225; Frank Casteel (I), 94; *Jimmy Halford (I), 336; *Randy Long (I), 319, *Darrell Ridgely (I). 363.
 
County Commission District 2 (elect 2): *Daniel Willman (R), 187, Bertha Taylor (D), 163; *Lana Suite (I), 210.
 
County Commission District 3 (elect 2): Will McMackin (I), 135; *Joey Simmons (I), 165; *and Larry Spencer (I), 215.
 
County Commission District 4 (elect 2): *Daniel Thomas (R), 176; Hal Eason (I), 168; Donald Finch (I), 76; T. Richard Goodwin (I), 122; *Lin Smith (I), 215. 
 
County Commission District 5 (elect 3): *Joey Darnall (R), 671; *Cyril Ostiguy (R), 381; Rakaya Humphreys (I), 322; *Barry Mac Murphy (I). 645.
 
County Commission District 6 (elect 2): *Jimmy McClure (I), 362, *Phillip Moore (I), 418.
 
County Commission District 7 (elect 2): Virginia Ginger House (D), 70; *Manuel Crossno (I), 374; *Walter Smothers (I), 374.
 
County Commission District 8 (elect 2): *Jay Phipps (R), 171; *Willie Huffman (I), 167.
 
County Commission District 9 (elect 3): *John Austin (I), 451; *Jason R. Martin (I), 376; *Spiros L. Roditis (I), 457.
 
*Assessor of Property: Rita Jones (I), no opponent. 3899.
 
*County Trustee: Paula Bolen (I), no opponent. 3971.
 
General Sessions Judge: Larry Logan (R), 1488, *Michael King (I), 3169.
 
Sheriff: Tim Pratt (R), 1605, *Andy Dickson (I), 3004.
 
*Circuit Court Clerk: Sarah Bradberry (R), no opponent. 3678.
 
*County Clerk: Darlene Kirk (I), no opponent. 4033.
 
*Register of Deeds: Natalie McCullough Porter (D), 2701; Harold T. Smith, Jr. (I), 1611.
 
Road Supervisor District 1: *Ricky Scott (R), no opponent, 1579.
 
Road Supervisor, District 2: Michael Kyle (I), 513, *Ronnie Wade (I), 1838.
 
Carroll County School Board District 1: *Mike Foster (I), no opponent, 1050.
 
Carroll County School Board District 2: *Deborah Broadbent (I), no opponent, 1078.
 
Carroll County School Board District 2 (unexpired term): no candidate.
 
Carroll County School Board District 3: *Charlotte Tucker (I), no opponent, 1600. Tucker was the former director of schools for the district.
 
Hollow Rock-Bruceton 16th District (at Large): *April Hampton (I), no opponent, 82.
 
Hollow Rock-Bruceton 15th District: *Michael Graves (I), no opponent, 19.
 
*Hollow Rock-Bruceton 16th District-Town of Bruceton District: Brandy Boyd (R), no opponent, 147.
 
Hollow Rock-Bruceton 17 District: Vicki L. Brown (I), 22, *James “Jim” Holder (I), 41.
 
Huntingdon School Board (elect 2): Rakaya Humphreys (I), 332; *Ryan Clay Nolen (I), 1191; Clark White (I), 465; *Kennedy White (I), 623. 
 
McKenzie Special School District (elect 4): *George Cassidy (I), 646; Dorothea Renee Hobson (I), 533; *Spiros L. Roditis (I), 665; *LaShonda Williams (I), 591, and *Bobby Young (I), 605.
 
South Carroll School Board (elect 2): *Tom Miller (R), 360; *Christy Blount (I), 252; Jimmy McClure (I), 144, Colton Moore (I), 172.
 
*West Carroll Old Atwood District: Keith Murray (I), no opponent, 244.
 
West Carroll Old County District: Patrick Lindsey (I), 184; Jared Mims (I), 75; *Betty Wallace (I), 239.
 
West Carroll Old Trezevant District: *Kelly M. Weaver (I), no opponent, 208.
 
Clarksburg City Mayor: *Howell Wayne Todd (I), no opponent, 97.
 
Clarksburg Alderman (elect 2): *Barbara McClure (I), 87; *Judy Grant Smith (I), 87.
 
Court of Criminal Appeals Judge: *John Everett Williams, retain or replace vote. 3290 RETAIN, 508 REPLACE.
 
Party Primaries include: United States House of Representatives, 8th district:
 
Republican candidates: Danny Ray Bridger, Jr., 184; Gary Dean Clouse, 108; Bob Henry, 214; *David Kustoff 3044.
 
Democratic candidates: Tim McDonald, 275; and *Lynnette P. Williams, 327.
 
Tennessee Governor: *Republican candidate: Bill Lee, 3417.
 
Democratic candidates: Carnita Faye Atwater, 179; *Jason Brantley Martin, 336; JB Smiley, Jr. 126.
 
Tennessee House of Representatives 76th District: *Tandy Darby (R), 1268, unopposed.
 
Tennessee House of Representatives 79th District: *Brock Martin (R), 1554; Gordon Wildridge (R), 802; Thomas Jefferson (D), 291; Martin and Jefferson will run in the General Election in November.

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