Political Candidacy Announcement

Patsy Handy Announces Candidacy for Democratic Party Chair

February 21, 2018 - Hello. My name is Patsy Handy. My name is on the ballot for Democratic party chair for Shelby county. Born and raised in Shelby county. Lived and worked in Houston, Tx for about twenty years. Back home since 2001. Was a member of the 2005 Shelby county Leadership class. Retired from nursing in 2009. Looking forward to serving. Encouraging everyone to get out and vote.

Patsy Handy

Foster Seeks Election as Precinct 4 Commissioner

February 16, 2018 - My name is Kevin Foster and I am a Republican Candidate for Shelby County Commissioner Precinct 4.

I am a Shelby County native. I grew up in Tennessee community, where I continue to reside with my wife and family. Having grown up in this area, I am familiar with the roads as well as my neighbors that live on them. I am proud to be from this area, and that is because of the kind of people that live here. 

Sharp Seeks Election to Justice of the Peace Precinct 3

December 20, 2017 - My name is Deborah Sharp and I am announcing my candidacy for Justice of the Peace in Shelby County.

I am a native of Center, Texas and a graduate of Center High School and Panola Junior College. I am married to Jimmy Sharp (Bimbo). In the past, I have worked for the United States Postal Service as a Sub rural Mail Carrier, and have also been employed by the Texas Department of Corrections - Bradshaw Unit as a Correctional Officer.

Robertson Announces Candidacy for Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace

Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 Candidate Randy Robertson expresses his appreciation to voters that came out and supported him in the Republican Primary Election. However, the race is not over. Randy will be involved in a primary run-off election on May 22. Remember, Shelby County needs strong full-time leadership in the Justice of the Peace, Precinct One position. Be sure to vote in the run-off, May 22. Thank you!

Moody Announces Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Candidacy

December 6, 2017 - My name is Tommy Moody and I would like to announce my candidacy for the office of Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 in the March 2018 Republican Primary. I am a lifelong resident of Shelby County, graduating from Center High School. My wife of 44 years is Linda McMahon Moody and we have one son, Brad, his wife Kaylyn and our 3 precious grandchildren, Macy, Gracie and Brayden. My parents are Freddie Moody and the late Dan Moody of Center.


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