Both candidates running for Panola County judge pledged to work for and with the people should they be elected on May 24.
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Two Democrats vying for U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert’s congressional seat stopped by the Panola County Democrat Club on Monday to encourage voters to head to the polls next week for the May 24 run-off election.
The Panola County Republican Women will host a runoff forum with candidates for county judge and district attorney on Saturday, May 14.
Carthage ISD voters have elected a Carthage City Commissioner and elected a newcomer to the Carthage ISD school board, according to unofficial election results released Saturday night.
Panola County voters have one last opportunity today, Saturday, May 7, to cast ballots in the city, school and statewide constitutional amendments elections.
The Turner Alumni Association hosted a candidates’ forum for those running in the May 7 Carthage and Carthage ISD elections, as well as the May 24 county run-off elections.
The Turner Alumni Association hosted a candidates' forum for those running in the May 7 Carthage and Carthage ISD elections, as well as the May 24 county run-off elections.
Two places are up for election on Gary ISD’s school board race this May. Chris Daniels is running unopposed for Place 7, and incumbent Greg Ransom is going up against Elaine Hight for Place 6.
Two places are up for election on Beckville ISD’s school board race this May. Justin Davis is running unopposed for Place 3, and incumbent Casey Travis is going up against Tiffany Adams for Place 4.
Eligible Texas residents who want to vote in the May 7 city, school and statewide constitutional amendments elections need to register to vote by April 7.
On Wednesday, U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert was uncertain about what’s next for him except that he knows he has a job to finish and said he remains committed to a few principles that were important to him when he signed up to run for Texas attorney general.
Republican Smith County Judge Nathaniel Moran has secured a place on November’s ballot for the 1st Congressional District seat being vacated by U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert.
The Panola County Candidates Forum and Charity Dinner was held on Feb. 10 at the Country Music Hall of Fame banquet room. PCCF and Circle M Cafe were pleased with the turnout and fortunate to raise $1,035 for the Panola County Cancer Coalition. Organizers would like to thank the candidates a…
Larry Fields, current Panola County Justice of the Peace for Pct. 2 and 4, has a vision for himself as the presiding judge for the County Court at Law following years of experience in local law practice.
Mark Williams, a Republican primary candidate for Texas House District 11, believes it’s high time to take “career politicians” off the roster in the state legislature.
U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert told a crowd Wednesday evening at a Grassroots America event in Tyler that election security and border security would be priorities if he is elected Texas attorney general.
Roy Carpenter, who is running for Pct. 2 commissioner in Panola County, said that he thinks we need some new blood at the courthouse.
Brett Hawkins, who is running for Pct. 2 commissioner in Panola County, said he has always had a passion for helping others.
Tim Cariker grew up in Longview, graduating from Pine Tree High School and Texas A&M University before going into the horticulture business. After selling out his garden center business, Cariker decided to go to law school, first at the South Texas College of Law and later for a master’s…
Carthage lawyer Rick McPherson has valued professionalism and decorum since first establishing his law practice in 1976, and now he wants to bring those values to the Panola County Court at Law.
Danny Buck Davidson cites a number of reasons why he wants to run for another term as Panola County District Attorney, chief among them his love of the job and his prosecutorial record.
Panola County Sheriff Sarah Fields is looking to continue her 33-year-long career in law enforcement by winning the county sheriff’s race this March.
Greg Caldwell isn’t a politician by trade, but the Nacogdoches businessman thinks his outsider status can help differentiate him from a crowded Texas House District 11 Republican primary this March.
Dale LaGrone has held the office of Pct. 4 Commissioner for Panola County for 19 years, and he hopes to continuing doing the job.
Gary Kelley says he’s always been a person who is very responsible when it comes to paying taxes, and that’s something he’s always paid attention to. It’s also one of the reasons he decided to run for Panola County Judge.
David Cole took office as Panola County Commissioner for Precinct 2 in January 2019, and he hopes to continue the job for a second term.
Henderson resident Rachel Hale may be new to electoral politics, but she isn’t shying away from running for Texas House District 11 this March, when Panola County joins the district alongside Rusk, Nacogdoches, Shelby, Sabine and Newton counties.
Though State Rep. Travis Clardy may have never represented Panola County in Austin, the incumbent Republican of Texas’ 11th House District is no stranger to the area and its people.
Shelly Avery has watched the justices of the peace through the years in her role at the Panola County Jail. Now she wants to become one herself.
Carthage native Cutter Clinton recently returned to his hometown after a stint of service as a deputy in South Texas, but the 30-year-old is hoping to continue his career back home as the next sheriff of Panola County.
The Panola County Republican Women hosted a Cookies with Candidates event on Saturday at the Still Waters Cowboy Camp. The event drew several dozen candidates running for county, state and national offices.