Sunday, March 20, 2016

Three Vying to Succeed Retiring Macon County Sheriff

On May 24, Macon County will elect a new sheriff for the first time since 1976 as longtime sheriff Charles M. Cannon Sr,
Matthew Woodard
69, will not seek re-election to the office he has held for 40 years.

Three candidates have qualified to become the next sheriff for Macon County. All three are running in the Democratic Primary, but Cannon & Kanazawa are Republicans running as Democrats

Matthew "Matt" Woodard
Oglethorpe
Assistant Chief of Police for the City of Reynolds

Charles M. Cannon, Jr
Montezuma
Assistant Police Chief for the City of Montezuma

Terry Kanazawa (R)
Montezuma
Retired (Perrenial Candidate)
Former Deputy




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