A victory in Georgia's Primary Election brought Grady County Sheriff Harry Young one step closer to achieving what no sheriff has done in over a half century.
Incumbent Young won the Democratic nomination Tuesday night against veteran law enforcer Jerome Smiley and Odell Jolly.
If he's reelected, he will be the first sheriff to serve three consecutive terms in Grady County in over 50 years.
Young will face republican Earl Stuckey in November.
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