January 17, 2022 - Mark Williams for State Representative, District 11, is sponsoring a town hall at the Timpson Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday, January 22, 2022 from 12 noon until 2pm. Local Shelby County candidates are invited to speak.
February 19, 2020 - I am Willis Blackwell, currently your Shelby County Sheriff. As I prepare to retire from 45+ years of law enforcement, I would love to continue my service to the citizens of Shelby County as Commissioner of Precinct 3. The word “retire” is simply a figure of speech.
February 14, 2020 - Citizens of Shelby County, my name is Stevie Smith and I am a Republican candidate running for Commissioner in Shelby County, Precinct 3. I am asking for your vote in the upcoming election on March 3.
May 18, 2018 - I’m Bradley Allen, Shelby County Commissioner for Precinct 4. I am coming to you, again to ask for your support and vote in the Republican run-off election on May 22. Please note that the poll location for Timpson North and Timpson South will be the Timpson Public Library. This is a change for this election only. The Republican Party chairman, Leigh Porterfield decided to combine the polling places in Timpson for this run-off election. The polling locations will remain the same for the rest of Precinct 4 as well as the rest of the County.
March 16, 2018 - I would like to thank the voters of Shelby County Pct. 4 that came to the polls on March 6th and supported me in my bid to become your Commissioner. The results have mandated a primary runoff between myself and the incumbent three term Commissioner.
I would especially like to thank the other two challengers in the March 6th election, Bo Todd and Kevin Foster. They campaigned with dignity and conducted themselves as gentlemen. Thank you, to you both!
February 12, 2018 - Shortly after my making the announcement to seek the office of Shelby County Commissioner, Pct. 4, rumors began circulating concerning actions I would take if elected. I know this due to the number of citizens that stopped me on the street, came by my farm or called me to inquire if the rumors were true. Each time I tried to assure them that what they were told was not truthful, but the old saying of “bad news travels like wild fire and good news travels slow” came to pass. I owe it to the citizens of Shelby County and especially those who live in Pct.
I want to thank all the voters for their support in the March Primary. Now your support is needed in the May 22nd Run-Off Election. Early Voting starts May 14, 2018. I strive to be a fair, compassinate, and experienced Judge and serve Shelby County to the best of my abilities.
December 18, 2017 - I am Melissa Crouch candidate for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, in Shelby County.