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2010 Pine Belt Sample Ballot

For US House of Representatives 3rd Congressional District - Vote for ONE

( ) Joel L. Gill                         Democrat

( ) Greg Harper                     Republican

( ) Tracella Lou O'Hra Hill      Reform

For US House of Representatives 4th Congressional District Vote for ONE

( ) Stephen Palazzo               Republican

( ) Gene Taylor                       Democrat

( ) Kenneth "Tim" Hampton    Libertarian

( ) Anna Jewel Reviews          Reform

For Court of Appeals Judge District 4, Position 2

( ) Joe Lee

( ) _______ Write-In

For Chancery Court Judge District 10

( ) James H. C. Thomas, Jr. - DECEASED

( ) _______ Write-In

For Chancery Court Judge District 10, Place 2

( ) Dawn H. Beam

( ) Scott Phillips

( ) Aaron L. Russel, Jr.

( ) _______ Write-In

For Chancery Court Judge Dictrict 10, Place 3

( ) Johnny Lee Williams

( ) _______ Write-In

For Chancery Court Judge Dictrict 10, Place 4

( ) Gene Fair

( ) _______ Write-In

For Chancery Court Judge District 13, Place 1

( ) Larry Buffington

( ) Douglas MacArthur Magee

( ) David Shoemake

( ) _______ Write-In

For Chancery Court Judge District 19

( ) Frankie McKenzie

( ) _______ Write-In

For Circuit Court Judge District 12, Place 1

( ) Bob Helfrich

( ) ______ Write-in

For Circuit Court Judge District 15, Place 1

( ) Anthony A. 'Tony' Mozingo

( ) R.I. 'Rip' Pritchard. III

( ) _______ Write-In

For Circuit Court Judge District 15, Place 2

( ) Prentiss J. Harrell

( ) Joseph L. Turney

( ) _______ Write-In

For Circuit Court Judge District 18

( ) Billy K. Landrum

( ) _______ Write-In

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