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Elections

  • Quincey announces for school post

    My name is Kyle Quincey, and I am campaigning for the District 2 seat on the Levy County School Board.  I believe that I have the unique blend of education, experience, and investment that make me a highly qualified candidate to serve on our School Board.  

  • Cowart seeks school board seat

    My name is Christopher "Chris" Cowart. With a humble servant's heart I would like to serve you on the School Board representing District 2.
    I am 37 years old and I have a 10-year-old daughter who is a 4th grader at Cedar Key School where she has attended since starting Pre-K giving me a vested interest in this District.

  • Osborn Barker seeking re-election as property appraiser

    Dear Levy County Residents,    
    It is with a heart full of gratitude and appreciation for the opportunity that you have given me over the past 3 plus years, that I hereby announce my intention to seek re-election as Your Levy County Property Appraiser. I am truly grateful and humbled that you chose to elect me to serve you, the residents of this wonderful County, in this position of leadership.

  • Cyndee Munkittrick announces for Levy County judge

    Chiefland attorney, Cyndee Munkittrick wants to be your Levy County Judge. Cyndee graduated from the University of Florida College of Law and opened a private law firm in Chiefland in 1996.  She and her husband, the late Thomas (Tom) A. Munkittrick, were law partners in the Munkittrick Law Firm in Chiefland until Tom's death in 2003.

  • Schofield seeks District 3 commission post

    Jack Schofield, of Yankeetown, has filed with the Levy County Supervisor of Elections to run for County Commissioner, District 3, in the upcoming 2012 election.
    Both Schofield and his wife, Susie, have been involved in their local community.  Schofield is serving his second term on the Yankeetown Town Council, is vice president of the Friends of the Withlacoochee Gulf Preserve, is a member of Friends of the A. F. Knotts Library and a member of W.A.R. (Withlacoochee Area Residents).  

  • Stearns qualifies for 2012 ballot by petition

  • WITHDRAWN :Kathy Green-Hudson seeks elections position

    Levy County resident, Kathy Green Hudson, has filed the required paperwork to seek the office of Supervisor of Elections in 2012.
    Hudson, a fourth generation Levy County native, was born and raised in Chiefland. She is the daughter of Bob and Martha Dell Barker Green and is married to Resha E. (R.E.) Hudson Jr.  The Hudsons have one son, Yancey and a daughter, Shannon. They have two grandchildren, Yancey and Savannah Hudson.

  • McCallum enters Levy sheriff's race

    Bobby McCallum, a veteran of Levy County law enforcement, announced his candidacy for sheriff, citing the need for positive change, fiscal responsibility and more effective leadership in the Sheriff's Office.

  • Evan Sullivan announces for sheriff

    Special to the Citizen
    Levy County native and Sheriff's Maj. Evan Sullivan announced he is running for sheriff as a Republican in the 2012 election.
    The fourth generation law enforcement officer said he is running because, “I was born and raised in Levy County, and my family has served our community for decades. It would be a great honor for me to serve my fellow citizens as sheriff.”