Filing season is here.
The filing season for party primary elections and non-partisan judicial elections opened at noon last Thursday. The filing period will end Thursday.
According to Logan County Clerk Peggy Fitzjurls, the following people have filed for office as of noon Monday.
County Judge: In the Republican primary, Logan County Judge Ray Gack and Randy Trusty have filed.
Sheriff: In the Republican Primary, Jason W. Massey has filed.
Tax Collector: In the Democratic Primary, Tax Collector Brittany Rogers has filed.
Justice of the Peace: Gerald Hodgson has filed as an independent for the District 9 seat.
Constable: Kean Cunningham has filed in the Republican Primary for Barber Township.
Paris School Board Position 5: Dustin Schluterman has filed.
Candidates wishing to file for the Republican Primary should contact Donald Keezer, committee chairman, at 479-970-6775 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates may also file at 103 N. Express in Paris from noon to 4 p.m., on weekdays until noon on Thursday. A member of the Logan County Republican Committee will be present to accept candidate filing fees and provide appropriate forms.
After filing with the county Republican Party, candidates must provide written evidence of filing fee payment and additional paperwork to the Logan County Clerk in Paris or Booneville before noon Thursday.
Filing for the Democratic Primary will be at Williams Law Office, located at 356 North Grant Ave., in Booneville, from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. until noon, Thursday.
The committee will meet on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. The meeting is open to the public and will be held at Booneville City Hall, 497 East Main Street, Suite A. For more information contact Democratic Party of Logan County Chair Ethan Harbour at 479-849-6329 or email@example.com. Visit the organization’s Facebook page at facebook.com/LCDemocrats.