Amber Mills cleared by Chancery Court for reelection run

By , Special to the Daily Memphian Updated: June 02, 2022 7:27 AM CT | Published: June 01, 2022 3:08 PM CT
<strong>Shelby County Commissioner Amber Mills (middle) addresses the media on May 20 after Shelby County Assessor Melvin Burgess reaffirmed that the Windsor Place subdivision where she lives is part of Shelby County.</strong> (Mark Weber/The Daily Memphian)

Shelby County Commissioner Amber Mills (middle) addresses the media on May 20 after Shelby County Assessor Melvin Burgess reaffirmed that the Windsor Place subdivision where she lives is part of Shelby County. (Mark Weber/The Daily Memphian)

A Shelby County chancellor has ruled that the county commissioner is eligible to run for reelection despite a question of whether her house is in Fayette County.

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Amber Mills Lee Mills Shelby County Board of Commissioners Fayette County Chancery Court Jim Kyle Nathan Bicks Jay Bailey

Michael Waddell

Michael Waddell is a native Memphian with more than 20 years of professional writing and editorial experience, working most recently with The Daily News and High Ground News.


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