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February 16, 2013

Filing period reaches mid-point to deadline

ORANGE — The filing period has hit the halfway point and only two weeks remain before the deadline.

The filing period for city council seats and school board positions continues through Friday, March 1. Election day is Saturday, May 11, 2013. People wishing to vote in the May 11 election, but who are not yet registered, may register until Thursday, April 11, 2013.

ORANGE

There are no changes in filings for the City of Orange from the previous week as only two races look to be on the ballot at this time.

District 2 incumbent Cullen Smith will be opposed by challenger Tommy Ferguson, and Annette Pernell, incumbent for District 4, will be opposed by Mary McKenna.

Bill Mello, the incumbent for at-large Position 5, is currently unopposed after Nancy Gilliam Byers withdrew last week for personal reasons.

WEST ORANGE

Mayor Roy McDonald and councilman Mike Trahan, both incumbents, have filed their applications to seek re-election this May and both are unopposed. Current councilman Charles Winter has yet to file for another term.

PINEHURST

The City of Pinehurst has three at-large council seats open for filing this election.

The incumbents, Dan Barclay, Dan Mohon and Matt Chandler, have all filed for re-election. No challengers have filed as of Friday.

Bridge City

The City of Bridge City will apparently have an election this May as two of the three council seats have challengers for the incumbents.

Incumbent Kevin Mott, Place 1, will seek re-election but he will be opposed by former Bridge City councilperson Lucy Fields, who has also tossed her name into race.

Place 3 councilman Robert Simonton Jr. has also filed for re-election for another term, but he will face off against new candidate Steve Quibodeaux.

Place 5 incumbent Richard Savoy has yet to file for re-election.

Vidor

Changes are brewing in Vidor once again.

Trey Haney, Incumbent councilman for Ward 6, has opted to run for Mayor of Vidor and has submitted his application for a place on the ballot, thereby foregoing his council seat. Incumbent Mayor Ken Crawford has yet to file.

Robert Viator Jr., has filed for a place on the ballot as a candidate for Ward 6. No other candidates have filed, nor have incumbents Lynda Courtney, Ward 1, and Mallie Bickham, Ward 4.

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