TALLADEGA COUNTY -- Republican candidates Chuck Roberts and Randy Jinks have qualified to run for Talladega County Probate Judge.
According to a Facebook post by Talladega County Republican Party Chairwoman Gina Grant, Roberts and Jinks will join fellow GOP candidates Mark Nelson and Jackie Swinford in the race.
Democratic candidate Vann Caldwell also qualified for the same position.
Grant also informed The Daily Home on Tuesday that incumbent John Ponder has qualified to run for re-election for the District 3 seat on the Talladega County Board of Education.
Previous lists of Talladega County qualifiers published in The Daily Home contained two errors that have been removed from the list below. State Senate District 17 no longer includes any part of the county. Also, the term of Place 2 District Court Judge Ryan Rumsey is not up this year, and he will not be on the ballot.
For contested races, the primary is set for June 5. Runoffs will be July 17, if necessary. The general election will be Nov. 6.
A glimpse at the Talladega County election qualifiers:
Brian York, Republican
29th Circuit Court judge
William Hollingsworth, Republican, Place 2
Chad Woodruff, Republican, Place 1
Board of Education
Sandra Tuck, Democrat, District 1
Joe Duncan, Democrat District 1
Robert White, Republican, District 3
John Ponder, Republican, District 3
Tony Haynes, Republican, District 2
Malley Limbaugh, Republican, District 4
Shaddix Murphy, Democrat
Mark Nelson, Republican
Jackie Swinford, Republican
Chuck Roberts, Republican
Randy Jinks, Republican
Vann Caldwell, Democrat
William “Bill” Coker, Democrat
Jimmy Kilgore, Republican
District 32: Barbara Boyd, Democrat; Seyram Selase, Democrat; James Allen Lloyd, Republican
District 33: Christopher Brewer, Democrat; Ben Robbins, Republican; Ronald Johnson, Republican
District 35: Steve Hurst, Republican
District 36: Constance Swindle, Democrat; Randy Wood, Republican
District 11: Ron Crumpton, Democrat; Jacob Lane, Republican; Jim McClendon, Republican
District 12: Del Marsh, Republican; William Stewart, Democrat; James Williams, Democrat; Wayne Willis, Republican
District 15: Mark Blackwell, Republican.