An incumbent Hinds County Election Commissioner who missed the deadline to file for re-election, continues her fight to get her name on the ballot.
On Friday, District 2 Election Commissioner Bobbie Graves filed a Notice of Appeal in Circuit Court to the Board's vote this week, which will keep her off the ballot. The document states Supervisors broke the law in their vote. WLBT News obtained the document from jacksonjambalaya.com.
Back in June, Graves submitted her qualifying papers to the Chancery Court the morning after the due date. She had mistakenly turned them into the wrong office on the deadline day, June 4.
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