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Carroll Incumbents Qualify On Day One; One Challenged Race, So Far

Each of the incumbents on Carroll County’s Board Of Education and Carroll County’s Board of Commissioners that are up for re-election this year, qualified for the May primary on Monday.
 
The first day of qualifying ensured there will be at least one challenged race. That’ll be for the District Four Commissioner seat where Human Resources Manager with Morgan Oil—Republican Michelle Morgan will go up against incumbent John Wilson. 
 
“I’ve worked for a lot of private boards, and when you can hand pick your private board you get a great cross-reference of everybody in the community… men, women, all sorts of ages represented. So, when I looked at our County Commission Board I thought we could use some more women on there,” Morgan explained to WLBB Radio Monday. “I think I have a great sense of business—especially when it comes to small business, which our Chamber of Commerce is made up mostly of those… and I think I can bring to the table those people’s thoughts.”
 
The 49-year old Morgan has a BBA and MBA in Business Administration from UWG. She is married with three children.
 
Qualifying at the Carroll County Elections Office continues every day this week:  from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. through Thursday; and from 9:00 am until noon Friday.
 
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