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Candidates Qualify In City Races

Some incumbents have qualified for re-election in Ardmore and Pulaski city elections Nov. 8./Ardmore Mayor Mike Magnusson is among the candidates qualifying for mayor in that city.

Incumbent Pulaski Mayor Pat Ford did not seek another term.

Candidates, according to the Giles County Election Commission, follow.

Pulaski

Mayor: Larry Worsham, who has experience as a city alderman and county commissioner, will be opposed by newcomers J.J. Brindley and John Almaner.

Alderman: Incumbent Hardin Franklin is not running for re-election, while incumbents Jerry Bryant and Vice Mayor Pat Miles have qualified.

Other aldermanic candidates include: Tony Gentry, Tammy Mathis, Janice Tucker and Tasha Williams.

Ardmore

Mayor: Opposing Magnusson are Alderman Wayne Harvell and Johnathan Peters.

Adermen: Harvell gave up his aldermanic seat to run for mayor. Incumbents Jason Sherman and Spencer Smith qualified to run for re-election.

Former Alderman Joe Stagner also has qualified to run for re-election.



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