Pulaski County Sheriff Deputy Johhn Blash is making a push to become the next Sheriff of Bleckley County in November. Blash, who's 44 is from Cochran will face Incumbent Harold Lancaster, who switched parties (now running as a republican).
Blash graduated from Bleckley County, Georgia Public Safety Center and Ashford University. Christian Principles, God, Family and Community are the things that are most important to Blash, the father of two.
|Candidate Johnny Blash|
In addition to being Deputy for Pulaski County, Blash also worked for the city of Hawkinsville Police Dept, Sergeant for Bibb County Sheriff Dept, and worked as a correctional officer at several state prisons.
If elected, Blash says he will be transparent, develop positive relationships with the community, and work with the police dept and police chief to ensure a better and safer community.
According to his website, he states a number of citizens have expressed a distrust in Law Enforcement in Bleckley County and if elected he will restore trust and ensure all Law Enforcement have a positive relationship with the community and county.
|Pulaski Co Deputy. Blash standing in front of defaced sign|
|Another Defaced Blash Sign|
Blash will face longtime sheriff Harold Lancaster who switched parties during qualifying period this year. Blash pledge to be proactive, unhold the law, and be fair and honest while holding officers to a higher level of integrity. You can visit his website here at http://blash4sheriff.zxq.net/landing.htm