THE HUNTER REPORT    

AUGUST 5 ELECTION 2010

August 5, County General Election

Early Voting: July 16-July 31

Last Day to register to vote: July 6

Two Early Voting Locations:

  • Roane State Community College

     100 W. Broadway, Lenoir City, TN 37771

  • Loudon County Office Bldg.

      100 River Rd., Loudon, TN 37774

Early Voting Hours

July 16 Friday: 10:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.       

July 17 Saturday: 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 NOON

July 19 thru July 23: (Monday thru Friday)

10:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. 

July 24 Saturday: 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 NOON

July 26 -29 (Mon. - Thurs.)

10:00 A.M.- 6:00 P.M.

July 30 Friday: 10:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M.          

July 31 Saturday: 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 NOON

 

 

 

 

 

NEXT - AUGUST 5, 2010

Loudon County General Election

State & Governor Primary

 

Candidates Websites and Profiles

 

There are 10 commissioners and 7 districts; term of office 4 years.

 

Taxpayers and voters, please ask all candidates and incumbents running for Loudon County Commission, if they favor or oppose Loudon County Board of Education Vice Chairman Gary Ubben's idea of asking the new Commission, after September 1, to amend the budget? A Tennessee AG Opinion 04-149 states in part... "a county board of commissioners, having previously approved a tax rate for fiscal year 2004-05, may amend the county’s tax rate, provided the new rate is fixed before taxes become due on the first Monday in October."

Voters have a right to know the opinion of candidates and incumbents that are running for Loudon County Commission, on this or any other issue. 

Tennessee Attorney General Opinion No. 04-149, Amendment of County Tax Rates

 

Click to read related story: It ain't over till its over! Could new Commission amend the budget after Sept. 1 and increase property tax rate? 

 

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Loudon County Commission  

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1st District Seat B Commission

Sarah L. Dailey  (IND) -
website Vote Sarah Dailey County Commission District 1 Seat B

website Loudon County Solutions Blogspot - Sarah Dailey

 

David Meers (REP) - Incumbent -

8 year Incumbent. Retired Loudon County Board of Education, Principal Highland Park Elem.

 

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Loudon County Commission  

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District 2 Seat A

Frank Hahn (REP) 

Loudon County Board of Equalization member
 

Daryl E. Miller (IND) website  Vote for Daryl E. Miller

 

Earlena Maples (DEM) - Incumbent

year Incumbent. LCUB employee

 

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Loudon County Commission  

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District 5 Seat A Commission

Robert Dishner (IND) - website   Robert Dishner for Seat A County Commission

 

Harold Duff (REP) - Incumbent.

16 year incumbent.

Loudon County Juvenile Dept.

Part-time employee, $27,221.00 (2009)

 

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Loudon County Commission  

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District 5 Seat B Commission

Pat Hunter (IND)

Citizen advocate 20 years local government, quality of life & (landfill & Air quality) environmental issues.

website  ELECT PAT HUNTER.COM  SEAT B  

THE HUNTER REPORT

 

Sharon Yarbrough,  School Administrator

Loudon County Board of Education D-5 Vice Chairman Gary Ubben pictured with wife Sharon Yarbrough, D-5 Seat  B Commission Candidate.

 

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Loudon County Commission  

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District 6

Wayne Gardin (DEM) - Incumbent

4 year Incumbent. website   Re-elect Wayne Gardin 6th District

 

Steve Harrelson (REP) - District 6 Loudon County Board of Education (non-partisan). Lenoir City Recreation Director

website  Your REPUBLICAN Choice for 6th District County Commission

 

(l) Bobby Johnson Jr., District 2 school board, Steve Harrelson, District 6 school board - April 15, 2010 BOE meeting

Duties of County Commissioners

 

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Loudon County Mayor 

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Matt Brookshire (DEM) -

Lenoir City Mayor. Loudon County employee - North Middle School teacher

website  Brookshire for Loudon County Mayor 2010

 

Estelle Herron (REP) -

Loudon County Trustee 

 

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Loudon County General Sessions Judge

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Rex Dale (REP) attorney- private practice.

website Rex Dale for General Sessions Judge

 

Lee Ledbetter (IND) -

currently employed by District Attorney General Russell Johnson as Chief Assistant for the General Sessions and Juvenile Courts in Loudon, Roane, Morgan, and Meigs counties.

website Lee Ledbetter for General Sessions Judge
 

 

Mary K. Longworth (IND) - attorney - private practice. website Mary Longworth for General Sessions Judge

 

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Loudon County Board of Education

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School Board - August 5, County General Election

 

District 2 Seat A

William B. Jenkins - Lenoir City Recreation Dept. employee

 

Christopher D. Thomas - SunTrust Bank - Loudon

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Loudon County Board of Education

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District 6

 

Christie Allen Kreischer

 

Keva Largent

 

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County General Election - August 5, 2010

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UN-CONTESTED RACES

School Board

 

District 2 Seat B

Bobby Johnson, JR. -

Lenoir City Recorder Treasurer.

Uncontested

 
District 4

Leroy Tate

Uncontested

 

Loudon County Commission

District 1 Seat A (Loudon)

Bryan Jenkins (REP)

 

Commission District 2, SEAT B - (Lenoir City)

Austin Shaver (REP)

 

Commission District 3 - Greenback

Bob Franke (REP)

 

Commission District 4 - Philadelphia

Roy Bledsoe (REP)

 

Trustee

George Miller

 

Sheriff

Tim Guider

 

Circuit Court Clerk

Lisa Niles

 

County Court Clerk

Darlene Russell

 

Register of Deeds

Tracy Littleton

  

Road Superintendent

Eddie Simpson

 

Loudon County Salaries (yearly)

(Does not include employee insurance, benefits and retirement plan)

County Budget FY 2010-2011

(Ten 10 commissioners, 7 districts)

County Commissioner - Salary: $ 7,919 each (FY 10-11)

 

County Commissioner - Salary: $7,903 each (FY 09-10)

 

General Sessions Judge - Salary: $138,676

Qualifications: General sessions court judges must be 30 years old, a Tennessee resident for five years, a resident of the county for one year, and licensed to practice law in Tennessee.

County Mayor - Salary: $79,028

Sheriff - Salary: Salary: $75,265

Highway Road Superintendent - Salary: $75,265

Trustee - Salary: $63,954

Circuit Court Clerk - Salary: $63,954

Register of Deeds - Salary: $63,954

Property Assessor - Salary: $63,954

County Court Clerk - Salary: $63,954

Chancery Court Clerk - appointee - Salary: $63,954

 

May 4, 2010 Republican - Democratic Primary

 

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