Calhoun County Assessor Jason Nettles has filed for re-election this week.

Nettles was the youngest elected official in 2000, when he was first elected assessor in Calhoun County.

Nettles has been the only filer since several candidates filed Monday.

He has often described himself as a "Harry Truman democrat," and has stuck with his iconic wooden cut-outs of a donkey for campaign signs, many of which have been permanently collected by Calhoun citizens.


So far, no one has filed for two county Board of Education seats.

The last day to file is January 28.

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