ELECTION 2018: Candidates make formal announcements

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Burden to run for Dist. 5 seat

Jeremy Burden has filed for District 5 magistrate for the Harrison County Fiscal Court.
Burden is a 1999 graduate of Harrison County High School. He is a fourth generation Harrison County farmer and is the son of Kenny and Connie Burden.
Burden and his wife Stephanie have two daughters, Makenzie and Molly.
He decided to run for magistrate in hopes of bringing his voice to the fiscal court.
He said he is dedicated to Harrison County and looks forward to meeting with everyone in his district, most of whom he calls friends and family.  

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