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2014 Election Guide

Published 9:49am Friday, May 30, 2014

Chilton County Coroner

Awlahjaday Agee

•Age: 26

•Family: wife, Tera Agee

•Education: 2006 graduate of Chilton County High School, 2007 graduate of Wallace State Community College, 2009 graduate of Jefferson State Community College

•Personal Message: I have served as Assistant Coroner for the last 10 years and I was appointed to serve as Coroner in March 2014. I have the experience and qualifications it takes to hold the office of coroner. I have always treated people with the utmost respect and compassion. I would like to ask the voters of Chilton County for your support and vote on June 3.

J. Aaron Ellison

•Age: 27

•Family: wife of six years, Ashley Cherf Ellison; son, Aaden Ellison, 5

•Education: 2005 graduate of Jemison High School, 2008 graduate of Jefferson State Community College, Associate’s degree in Mortuary Science/Funeral Service Education, State of Alabama licensed funeral director and embalmer, member of the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice; member of the Alabama Funeral Directors Association (AFDA), member of the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA)

•Personal Message: If elected to serve as coroner, I promise to serve the people of Chilton County with integrity, dignity, and compassion. My door will always be open to the people. I will operate the coroner’s office in a manner that will coordinate with all area law enforcement agencies to serve those who have lost loved ones in the most efficient manner, so that they may have closure in their situation. As the election draws near, I realize that it is impossible to personally see each and every voter in the county, so I take this opportunity to ask for your consideration and vote in the Republican primary on June 3. Your vote and prayers are greatly appreciated.

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  • James Bailey

    I hope most go out and vote even though I have almost gave up on any hope of things being any better. Just vote for who you feel will do the best job not who is most popular. Some politicians have a lifetime in politics but sometimes change is needed.

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