BY LEANN DILBECK –
Early voting officially began this morning at the Polk County Office Complex (old hospital) on Pine Street for the May 20 Primary. Polk County Clerk Terri Harrison said that early voters should be prepared to present photo I.D. as required by law. As Harrison explained, that particular law is in litigation now but until a final determination is made, she plans to adhere to it as it is written.
Early voting will continue Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. until May 19. All polls will be open for the Primary on May 20. Below is a list of opposed candidates.
Appearing on the Non-Partisan ticket:
STATE SUPREME COURT / ASSOCIATE JUSTICE POSITION 2:
Court of Appeals Judge Robin Wynne
Appearing on the Republican Preferential Primary ticket:
U.S. CONGRESS DISTRICT 4:
Representative Bruce Westerman
State Representative Andy Mayberry
Congressman Tim Griffin
Representative Debra Hobbs
Representative Duncan Baird
Circuit Clerk Dennis Milligan
AUDITOR OF STATE:
Representative Andrea Lea
CONSTABLE CENTER TOWNSHIP
William M. Long, Jr.
Appearing on the Democratic Preferential Primary ticket:
Lynette “Doc” Bryant