Long List Of Candidates For August 2

August 2 is Election Day in Coffee County and we now know the list of candidates.

Mayor Betty Superstein is running for re-election along with former Mayor Lonnie Norman, Claude Morse and Stella McWhorter.

For Manchester alderman, those who have returned petitions to have their names listed on the Aug. 2 ballot include incumbents Donnie Thomas, Harlan Gene Holmes, Ryan French and Roxanne Patton. Other candidates qualifying are J. Sam Miller, Mark Messick, Tim Pauley, Cheryl Swan, Russell Bryan and Joshua Jackson Moore.

Manchester City School Board candidates will be incumbents Bob Bellamy and Susan Parsley along with Mike Lewis.

Regarding the Coffee County School Board, Esther Sims is the only candidate for Seat 7.

In the Seat 5 election, which represents Districts 13, 14 and 16, Shannon Duncan will run against incumbent Kathy Norton.

Regarding Seat 2, which represents Districts 4, 8 and 9, newly appointed member Freda Jones has qualified along with Marshall Gilliam.

With Seat 1, which represents districts 1, 2, and 3 Gary Nester is the only candidate. Incumbent Janet Galyen is not running.

Coffee County has commission races for District 4 and District 14 to respectively fill the un-expired terms of Ted Frisby and Paul Hogan. Both passed away while in office.

Democrat Anne Frisby, wife of Mr. Frisby, will be challenged by Republican Steve Mai on Aug. 2.

In District 14, Democrat Keith Thacker is unchallenged on the Aug. 2 ballot.

Jimmy White, assessor of property, is not challenged.

For Tullahoma alderman, incumbent Jimmy Blanks and challengers John Riley and Sandy Lindeman have returned petitions and will have their names listed on the Aug. 2 ballot.

Incumbent Alderman Greg Sandlin opted not to seek re-election.

Incumbent Tullahoma school board members Vickie Shelton and Pat Welsh have returned petitions to have their names on the ballot as has Kim C. Uselton.

Incumbent Daryl Welch opted not to run again for his position.

Manchester Mayor Betty Superstein has qualified by returning a petition as has former Mayor Lonnie Norman along with Claude Morse and Stella McWhorter.

For District 16 state senator, Republicans Janice Bowling, Eric Chance, Rod McClellan, Ron Stolzfus have all returned positions as have Democrats Jeff Bottoms, Jim Lewis, Steve Roller, John Hargis, Justin Walling and Kevin Lawrence.

In the State House District 47, incumbent Republican Judd Matheny and Democrat Scott Price have qualified.