This is coming after Pamela Brown and Robert Smith were disqualified for late fingerprints.
"I've been in this office 20 years and we haven't challenged four candidates in one election cycle in my 20 years," said Nancy Boren, director at the Muscogee County Elections office.
It has been an unusual election season for local candidates racing to become the next Sheriff of Muscogee County. Thursday afternoon was filled with high stakes and high tension as two candidates were questioned about paperwork and deadlines.
"Well I'm just saying it seems a little coincidental about how the first two candidates got disqualified," said Shelnutt, "Leave yourself to draw your own conclusions."
We recently spoke to Sheriff John Darr who is running for re-election, and he tells us he's staying out of this drama, focusing on his job and campaign.