The latest candidate to file for county office is Angie Hersman (D) for county assessor (pictured left) a self employed West Virginia Licensed Real Estate Appraiser and real estate broker.

Incumbent Jason Nettles (D) and newcomer Ernie Tingler (R) filed for assessor earlier.

Saturday midnight is the deadline for filing. Candidates can mail filing packets provided they are postmarked before midnight.

Calhoun Clerk Mike Ritchie said Friday a number of people had picked-up filing packets.

Former sheriff and current chief deputy Carl Ballengee (D) has filed for sheriff.

Shannon Jones Johnson (D), a former Calhoun resident who currently works in the Randolph Co. prosecutor's office, has filed for prosecuting attorney, and will be running against incumbent Rocky Holmes (D) of Ravenswood.

Incumbent county commissioner Kevin Helmick (D) filed for a second term.

Incumbent magistrates Teresa Robinson (D) and Rick Postalwait (D)have filed for re-election.

David Walker (D) has filed for the House of Delegates, 33rd District, with opponent Dan Sizemore(D) of Clay.

Three candidates have filed for Calhoun Board of Education, including incumbents Cynthia Dale and Joy Starcher, in addition to Grantsville resident Larry Harris, a retired teacher who served briefly on the school board filling a vacancy.

(L-R) Cynthia Dale, Joy Starcher, David Walker

(L-R) Harris, Ballengee, and Tingler

(L-R) Jones-Johnson, Robinson, and Holmes

(L-R) Postalwait, Helmick, and Nettles

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