The Logan County Elections Commission held a drawing on Tuesday, Aug. 23 to determine ballot positions for the November general election. The drawing was held in the County Clerk’s office in the Logan County Courthouse in Paris.
Here are the ballot positions, in order, for each contested race:
U.S. President and Vice President: Jim Hedges and Bill Haynes (Independent Party); Jill Stein and Amaju Baraka (Green Party); Donald J. Trump and Michael R. Pence (Republican); Evan McMullen and Nathan Johnson (Better for America Party); Gary Johnson and Bill Weld (Libertarian Party); Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine (Democrat); Lynn S. Kahn and Kathleen Monahan (Independent Party); Darrell L. Castle and Scott Bradley (Constitution Party).
U.S. Senate: Conner Eldridge (Democrat); Senator John Boozman (Republican); Frank Gilbert (Libertarian).
U.S. Congress District 4: Congressman Bruce Westerman (Republican); Kerry Hicks (Libertarian).
Logan County Clerk: Tom Bruce (Republican); County Clerk Peggy Fitzjurls (Democrat).
Justice of the Peace District 3: Aaron Chastain (Republican); Michael B. Schluterman (Democrat);
Justice of the Peace District 6: J.P. Debbie Anhalt (Independent); Charles Pearson (Republican).
Justice of the Peace District 7: Bob Krepps (Independent); George Widener (Republican).
Justice of the Peace District 9: Gerald Hodgson (Independent), Eddie Finney (Democrat);
Constable Six Mile Township: Monroe Robinson (Democrat); Steve Smithson (Republican).
Constable Barber Township: Kean Cunningham (Republican); Daniel W. Merry III (Independent).
City of Paris, Alderman Ward 3, Position 2: Thomas Hobbs, Richard Nehus.
City of Booneville, Alderman Ward 1, Position 1: Aaron L. Brewer; Guy A. Robson.
City of Booneville Alderman Ward 2, Position 1: Larry Dean Mitchell II, Robert Smith.
City of Booneville Alderman Ward 2, Position 2: Myron W. Siddons, Bradley Smith.
City of Magazine Alderman Ward 3, Position 1: John D. Roberts, Gay Preston;
City of Blue Mountain Alderman Position 2: Elaine Lippard, Larry Mollett.
The last day to register to vote in the November election is Monday, Oct. 10. You can register at the County Clerk’s office in courthouses in Paris or Booneville.
Early voting for the November election begins Monday, Oct. 24 and ends on Monday, Nov. 7. You can vote early at the County Clerk’s office in courthouses in Paris and Booneville on Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. and from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturdays. On Monday, Nov. 7, early voting takes place from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the County Clerk’s office.