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Wright announces candidacy for County Judge

Vance Wright

Vance Wright has announced his intentions to run for Montgomery County Judge. Below is his announcement.
My name is Vance Wright and I would like to announce my candidacy for Montgomery County Judge.
I have been married to my wife Machile Wright for 32 years, we have three beautiful daughters, and have eight grandchildren. I have been a resident of this county for 50 years. I enjoy hunting and fishing, and many other natural recreational activities our beautiful county has to offer.
As a business owner for the past six years in this county I have enjoyed a lot of good conversation with many of you. With that said, I would like to share with you my conviction for running for this office.
Right now it is very critical that we make some changes in our government in both state and county levels. I feel it is my duty to do this as county judge and I will gladly rise to meet it. The way things are going, cancel culture and others are chipping away at our freedoms, and Christian beliefs that our forefathers fought and died for.
As county judge I will always stand up for these freedoms we all hold dear as we move forward with county business and improvements.
I would appreciate your vote. Thank you and God Bless You.

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