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Morgan County ballot full of unopposed candidates

by Anna Campbell | October 16, 2022 at 4:03 a.m.


There are no contested local races in Morgan County for the Nov. 8 general election.

Kenny Haden, a Republican, is on the ballot for circuit judge for Circuit 26, Division 2. Circuit judges serve six year terms and are paid $163,082.

J. Stephen Grantham, a Republican, is on the ballot for associate circuit judge. Associate circuit judges serve four-year terms and are paid $150,035.

Tony Stephens, a Republican, is on the ballot for presiding commissioner. The presiding commissioner serves a four-year term and will be paid $35,147.48.

Aimee Worthley, a Republican, is on the ballot for county clerk. The county clerk serves a four-year term and will be paid $49,055.48.

Monica Cable, a Republican, is on the ballot for circuit clerk. The circuit clerk serves a four-year term and will be paid $62,904.

Nancy Boles, a Republican, is on the ballot for recorder of deeds. The recorder of deeds serves a four-year term and will be paid $49,055.48.

Republican Rhonda Campbell is unopposed for treasurer after defeating fellow Republican Bill Black in the August election. The treasurer serves a four-year term and will be paid $49,055.48.

Dustin G. Dunklee, a Democrat, is unopposed for prosecuting attorney. The prosecuting attorney serves a four-year term and will be paid $150,035.

Kathy Francis, a Democrat, is unopposed for collector. The county collector serves a four-year term and will be paid $49,055.48.

The ballot also includes a proposition to incorporate Public Water Supply District No. 3 of Morgan County.

Those wishing to vote absentee because of absence from the county on Election Day, confinement due to illness or physical disability, religious beliefs, service in the military, or incarceration while maintaining voting privileges, may apply for an absentee ballot through the County Clerk's office.

According to the Morgan County Clerk's website, the fastest and most efficient way is to apply in person at 100 E. Newton St. Room 23 in Versailles. A person can immediately obtain a ballot to vote in the office by 5 p.m. the day before the election. People can also apply to have the ballot mailed to them by 5 p.m. the second Wednesday before the election, and they must be returned to the clerk's office by 7 p.m. on Election Day.


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