Hamilton County Auditor

December 28, 2010 by  

Hamilton County Auditor, In Bradley County, decisions were made by Board of County Bradley election to change the polling place at the beginning turned out to be an easy gesture to voters and increased the number of final vote. There is already a new sheriff in town, and elected a new governor, state senator-elect and the member elected to their heads to work. Jim Ruth was chosen to head the office of sheriff of Bradley County in Aug. 5 primary and general government. His opponent was Captain Steve Lawson of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division, who after the defeat, went to the 10th Judicial Drug Task Force as acting director before being chosen by the board of administration to work full time.

Former Bradley County Sheriff Tim Gobble, who sought the 3rd District Congress seat, came in third behind Republican Robin Smith and Chuck Fleischmann. Fleischmann won the seat. Gobble was asked to oversee the Hamilton County Jail where he is currently in an intermediate position as deputy chief. But – the spring elections had to take first place. Early voting has been a key issue for the Electoral Commission of Bradley County. A number of potential sites for early voting were the eyes of the commissioners, including the idea of reincarnating the City of Mobile and vote by placing it at the BI-LO on Plaza Drive McGrady.

This was the choice of commissioners after completing a small amount of rehabilitation of the portable device. Commissioners also added an extra day for voters to register for May 4 primaries. County Commission seats, the gendarmes, the register of deeds and county mayor position should be determined. County Court Clerk Donna Alley-Simpson Circuit Court Clerk Gayla Miller and Tom Collins, Director of Highways, are not opposites. Some breeds have also been a police officer unanimously. Ultimately, Dina Swafford be elected register of deeds and D. Gary Davis would return as mayor of the county. Sheriff Lawson had primary as a Democrat and Ruth against three other contenders for the Republican nomination. Eleven names were added to the ballot primary race in the 6th District County Commission, which had been filled by the Commission with Willadyne Smith, who was appointed after the resignation of her husband, Roy Smith.

August 5, the date was also the first head of state positions such as governor, city and County School Board seats, Charleston City Council, Cleveland City Council, State Executive Committeemen and federal offices, including House of Representatives and U.S. Senate. Early voting for these positions began on July 16. Commissioners agreed to hold early voting at three locations – the Election Commission Office, Bradley Square Mall and a new site that was used previously. In the early voters had used Blythe-Bower School for a number of years, but the number of participating voters has been declining. The MVP was created and produced good results. Depending on the number, 21,479 people voted overall, with 11,172 votes in advance during the state primary and November general of the United States.

Bill Haslam was elected head of state as governor. Fleischmann defeated John Wolfe (D) for Congress 3rd District position, Mike Bell was unanimously for the Ninth District Senate seat, as was Eric Watson in the 22nd Legislative District House of Representatives from Tennessee, and Kevin D. Brooks 24th Legislative District. A Bradley County School Board seat was added to the ballot in November. One seat vacant by the death of the owner Terry McGuire in the 5th district was asked by Rodney Dillard and Jerry Johnson Jr. Dillard won the position.

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