Fayette sheriff, three of five school board members on primary ballot

Fayette sheriff, school board members and county commissioners are on the Fayette ballot for June.

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Fayette sheriff, school board members and county commissioners are on the Fayette ballot for June.

Fayette County residents will vote on several offices in the upcoming June primaries, including whether to stick with the current sheriff, members of the county commission and the school board.

Incumbent County Commissioner Charles Oddo, a Republican who represents Fayette’s fifth district, has the most opponents. Republicans Ann Wittenberg and William Yarde are on the ballot to oppose him as is Democrat William Lightle.

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Fayette Sheriff Barry Babb is on the ballot representing Republicans for his job, while Chris Pigors represents Democrats.

Other contests:

County Commission, District 1: Republicans, Sonja Gibson, Eric Maxwell (I). Democrat, Vickie Butler

County Commission, District 2: Republicans Lee Hearn, Randy Ognio (I, chairman).

Board of Education, District 1: Republican Randy Hough, Democrat Candice Aaron

Board of Education, District 3: Republicans Scott Hollowell (I), Marion Key, Cornelius Sullivan Jr.

Board of Education, District 5: Republicans Brian Anderson (I), Mike Krehbiel

Magistrate Judge, District 1: Christy Dunkelberger (I), Pamela Patterson

Magistrate Judge, District 2: Sheila S. Huddleston, Kathy Brown Valencia (I)

Magistrate Judge, District 4: Natalie Ashman, James A. White (I)