The 31-day voting period for the 2010 Primary and Special Election starts today.

Eligible voters can cast ballots from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday, June 6, through Friday, July 9, and from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday, July 12, through Friday, July 16, at the Lowndes County Board of Elections, 2808 N. Oak St.

Ballots can also be cast at the University Center on the campus of Valdosta State University, 1401 N. Patterson St., from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday, July 12, through Friday, July 16.

Polling places are scheduled to be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 20.

No ballots will be cast on July 19.

Any United States citizen who is at least 18 years of age and a legal resident of the state of Georgia not serving a sentence for a felony involving moral turpitude, who registers to vote on or before June 21, and who has not been judged to be mentally incompetent by the court is eligible to cast a ballot in the 2010 Primary and Special Election.

Appearing on Primary and Special Election ballots in Lowndes County are, noted Lowndes County Supervisor of Elections Deb Cox:

Lowndes County Board of Commissioners District 2 (a four-year position currently held by Richard C. Lee, who has already announced that he will not seek re-election)

• Democrat Debra M. Franklin

• Republican Bill Grow

• Republican Jody Hall

• Republican John L. Huff

• Republican John P. Page

• Democrat John S. Quarterman

• Republican Richard Raines

• Darren Chase plans to run as an Independent for this seat. He received petitions for signatures and will qualify the last week of June.   

Lowndes County Board of Commissioners District 3 (a four-year position currently held by G. Robert Carter, who has already announced that he will not seek re-election)

• Republican David L. Dempsey

• Democrat Bill Eger

• Republican Randall McClellan

• Democrat Lucius Moore

• Republican Crawford Powell

• Matt Flumerfelt plans to run as an Independent for this seat. He received petitions for signatures and will qualify the last week of June.

Remerton City Council (to fill the unexpired term of Lydia Day)

• Eason “Scooter” Hines

• Chris McReady

• Jasen Lee Tatum.

United States Senate (a six-year position currently held by Johnny Isakson)

• Republican Johnny Isakson

• Democrat R.J. Hadley

• Democrat Michael “Mike” Thurmond

Governor (a four-year position currently held by Sonny Perdue)

• Republican Jeff Chapman

• Republican Nathan Deal

• Republican Karen Handel

• Republican Eric Johnson

• Republican Ray McBerry

• Republican John W. Oxendine

• Republican Otis Putnam

• Democrat Thurbert Baker

• Democrat Roy E. Barnes

• Democrat Bill Bolton

• Democrat Carl Camon

• Democrat Randal Mangham

• Democrat DuBose Porter

• Democrat David Poythress

Lieutenant Governor (a four-year position currently held by L.S. Casey Cagle)

• Republican L.S. Casey Cagle

• Democrat TriciaCarpenter McCracken

• Democrat Carol Porter

Secretary of State (a four-year position currently held by Brian P. Kemp)

• Republican Brian P. Kemp

• Republican Doug MacGinnitie

• Democrat Gail Buckner

• Democrat Gary Horlacher

• Democrat Michael Mills

• Democrat Angela “Miss Angela” Moore

• Democrat Georganna Sinkfield

Attorney General (a four-year position currently held by Thurbert E. Baker)

• Republican Sam Olens

• Republican Preston W. Smith

• Republican Max Wood

• Democrat Ken Hodges

• Democrat Rob Teilhet

State School Superintendent (a four-year position currently held by Kathy Cox)

• Republican John D. Barge

• Republican Kathy Cox

• Republican Richard Woods

• Democrat Beth Farokhi

• Democrat Joe Martin

• Democrat Brian Westlake

Commissioner of Insurance (a four-year position currently held by John W. Oxendine)

• Republican Dennis Cain

• Republican Rick Collum

• Republican Seth Harp

• Republican Ralph T. Hudgens

• Republican Tom Knox

• Republican John Mamalakis

• Republican Stephen Dale Northington

• Republican Gerry Purcell

• Republican Maria Sheffield

• Democrat Mary Squires

Commissioner of Agriculture (a four-year position currently held by Tommy Irvin)

• Republican Gary Black

• Republican Darwin Carter

• Democrat J.B. Powell.

Commissioner of Labor (a four-year position currently held by Michael L. Thurmond)

• Republican Mark Butler

• Republican Melvin Everson

• Democrat Terry Coleman

• Democrat Darryl Hicks

United States House of Representatives District 1 (a two-year position currently held by Jack Kingston)

• Republican Jack Kingston

• Democrat Oscar L. Harris II

United States House of Representatives District 2 (a two-year position currently held by Sanford D. Bishop Jr.)

• Republican Rick Allen

• Republican Lee Ferrell

• Republican Mike Keown

• Democrat Sanford Bishop

Georgia Senate District 8 (a two-year position currently held by Tim Golden)

• Democrat Tim Golden

Georgia House Representatives District 174 (a two-year position currently held by Ellis Black)

• Democrat Ellis Black

Georgia House of Representatives District 175 (a two-year position currently held by Amy Carter)

• Democrat Amy Carter

Georgia House of Representatives District 176 (a two-year position currently held by Jay Shaw, who has already announced that he will not seek re-election)

• Republican Aleta Larger

• Republican Jason Shaw

• Democrat Debra Tann

Question: Personhood Initiative

Do you support an amendment to the Georgia Constitution so as to provide that the paramount right to life is vested in each human being from their earliest biological beginning until natural death?

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