Grady Co. Sheriff Wins Third Consecutive Term, First Time In 50 Years

By: Kara Duffy Email
By: Kara Duffy Email

Grady County, GA- Incumbent Grady County Sheriff Harry Young has done with no other Sheriff has done in over fifty years.

He's been re-elected to serve a third consecutive term as Sheriff of Grady County.

Young brought in 71 percent of votes and his challenger, longtime businessman Earl Stuckey, brought in 29 percent of votes.

This is the third time the two men have faced off for the title of Grady County Sheriff.

Sheriff Young said he's so grateful for the county's confidence in him and has hopes for their future.

"I want to make Grady County the safest county in Georgia if I can," Young said. "That's what my goal has always been since I took office. I have a great staff. I want to keep all my staff. I'm very satisfied the way things run. I think we've done an outstanding job."

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