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Candidate Profiles: Justice Court Judge District 2


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How long have you lived in Starkville?
41 years

What qualifications and experience do you feel you possess that would benefit the office you are seeking?
I have served for as Justice Court Judge for 31 years and received more than 700 hours of mandatory training under the direction of The Judicial College-Ole Miss Law School.

What do you see as the most important aspects or considerations of the office you hold?
Training, Experience and Dedication.

In your view, what are the strengths of the Oktibbeha County/Starkville Community?

What growth or improvements do you hope to see in Starkville/Oktibbeha County area in the next 5 years?
Shopping Mall to accommodate the general public as well as better recreation facilities, hopefully over the next 5 years.

Where can constituents find more information about you and your campaign?
There should be a release in the Starkville Daily News in Sunday’s Edition, June 28, 2015.



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As part of our monthly Blue Ribbon Business Resources series, the Greater Starkville Development Partnership will provide our membership with an opportunity to meet and hear from local candidates during the next Power Breakfast scheduled for July 8 at 7:30 a.m. at Hilton Garden Inn in Starkville. Register your attendance for the Candidate Meet & Greet, where candidates who accepted our invitation will offer a 5-minute statement, and Partnership members and constituents will have the opportunity for informal conversations with candidates before and after the program. Doors open at 7:00am on Wednesday, July 8. Power Breakfast is free for GSDP member representatives, and non-members are welcome for a fee of $25 per person.