Below are the Democratic Candidates for County office who will be on the August 2nd ballot.
Early Voting begins July 13. For more information about times and locations, click here.
Carol wants to stop crime before it starts to make our community one of the safest in the U.S. She brings the highest ethics and equal justice especially for victims of crime. Carol is an attorney, former state legislator and city council member. She will work with citizens, law enforcement, and leaders to fight crime, including initiatives to work with youth.
Assessor of Property
Elected in 2008, Cheyenne Johnson has 24 years of experience in the Assessor’s Office and has served as Chief Administrator to former Assessor Rita Clark. Cheyenne understands the operations of the Assessor’s Office and how departments work together to complete Reappraisal Projects. Cheyenne will continue to work for complete transparency in equitably assessing property with impartiality and fairness.
Ed Stanton, Jr.
General Sessions Clerk
Serving Shelby County as General Sessions Court Clerk Pro Tempore following his appointment last fall by Criminal and Civil Court Judges, Ed Stanton, Jr. brings over two decades of experience working in the courts to the position. Ed is a true public servant with impeccable credentials and integrity. He leads efforts in the community as a family man, church leader, and community volunteer.
County Commission District 1
Steve believes we must focus on the longstanding issues that have been impacting our community if we are to make Shelby County stronger. He has distinguished himself over the past several years by carefully researching and writing about issues that impact Shelby County. His attention to detail and focus on accountability, transparency and data driven solutions makes him an ideal candidate for County Commission