May 4, 2017 - My name is Jay Wilson and I am a candidate for a position on the Joaquin ISD Board of Trustees. I am a retired high school science teacher and have no agenda other than doing what is best, first and foremost, for the education of our students.
The polls will be open from 7AM to 7PM on Saturday, May 6 at Joaquin ISD administration building.
April 24, 2017 - I am Craig Richard Gray and I'm running for Tenaha City Council. I have been proud to call Tenaha home for 42 years along with my bride of 40 years Caren McDaniel Gray. Richard and Patrica Gray are my Mom and Dad. My only agenda for running for Tenaha City Council is to offer my business management and sales experience to make Tenaha a even better place to call home.
Early voting starts April 24 thru May 2nd with election May 6th.
October 22, 2016 - Maelinda Shepherd Swanzy is a graduate of Center High School. She is the daughter of the late Alga and Maudelle Shepherd who owned and operated Shepherd’s Café in Center during the 1950s and 1960s.
October 12, 2016 - My name is Terry Scull and I am running for 1 of 2 City of Center At-Large Council Member positions. I was reared in Tenaha by my parents, Erma and John Scull. After graduation from Stephen F. Austin State University I worked in Dallas for six years during which time I married my wife of 19 years, Alison Bounds Scull. In June of 2000 Alison and I moved to Center and I started working at Scull Timber Company, Inc. in Tenaha and Alison taught school at Center Elementary School in the special education department.
May 4, 2016 - Pledges to Bring Community & Grassroot Experience, Sound Judgment
“I am pleased and honored to announce my candidacy for Mayor of the City of Tenaha. During my term as a Tenaha city Councilwoman, I gained an understanding of the complexities of city government including its capabilities and limitations.
“In my candidacy, I see helpful and positive roles for the mayoralty.