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Election Day 2012: What to expect on the ballot

Staff reports • Nov 5, 2012 at 9:41 PM

Election Day has arrived. Here's what to expect on the ballot:

Poll times

• Washington County — 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

• Carter County — 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

• Johnson County — 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

• Sullivan County — 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

• Unicoi County — 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

On the ballot

U.S. Senate

• Bob Corker

Republican Candidate

• Mark E. Clayton

Democratic Candidate

1st House District

• Phil Roe

Republican Candidate

• Alan Woodruff

Democratic Candidate

WASHINGTON COUNTY

6th House District

• James Van Huss

Republican Candidate

• Michael Clark

Democratic Candidate

7th House District

• Matthew Hill

Republican Candidate

• Nancy Fischman

Democratic Candidate

CARTER COUNTY

4th Senatorial District

• Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey

3rd House District

• Timothy Hill

Republican Candidate

• Leah Kirk

Democratic Candidate

• Suzanne Parker

Green Party Candidate

4th House District

• Thom Gray

Republican Candidate

• Kent Williams

Independent Candidate

Elizabethton City Council

• Curt Alexander

• Robert Cable, Jr.

• Vicky Manuel

• Jeff Treadway

Elizabethton School Board

• Rita Bullock Booher

• James Campbell

• Phil Isaacs

• Charles Madgett

• Grover May

• Sharon Lynch Skeans

Elizabethton City Judge

• T.J. Little, Jr.

Watauga City Commission

• Dennis Hicks

• Timothy Scott Peer

• Edith Smalling

The Elizabethton election also features a referendum on whether to allow liquor stores to operate inside the city.

UNICOI COUNTY

4th House District

• Kent Williams

Independent Candidate

• Thom Gray

Republican Candidate

Town of Erwin Mayor

• Doris Hensley

• James Tilson

Town of Erwin Alderman

• Gary Edwards

• Rob Martin

• Carroll Mumpower

• Sue Jean Wilson

• John Wright Junior

Town of Unicoi Mayor

• Johnny Lynch

• John Mosley

Town of Unicoi Alderman

• Dwight Bennett

• Doug Hopson

The Unicoi County election also features a referendum on whether to levy a wheel tax on residents, and the Town of Unicoi election features a referendum on whether to allow liquor stores to operate inside the city.