Bryan to run for clerk’s job

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By Tia Lynn Ivey managing editor

Gaby Bryan has announced her intention to run for Clerk of Superior Court in the upcoming election cycle. Bryan, who is running as a Republican, is currently a code enforcement officer for Oconee County. “My experience makes me a qualified candidate for this job,” said Bryan, who noted her current line of work requires attention to detail and understanding of legal documents. “I am committed, responsible, I work hard and I am dependable,” said Bryan.

According to Bryan, she has over 15 years experience with county government. She has been a member of the Georgia Association of Code Enforcement for 10 years, serving as president for two years, and treasurer for three years. Bryan graduated from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and serves as a Gideon Auxiliary member for Morgan and Greene counties. She has been a member of the Association of the United States Army for over three years and is also a member of the Madison Artist Guild. She has been married for 22 years to Randy Bryan, a local business man. The couple has one son, Thomas Allen, who attends the University of Georgia. Gaby and her family are active members of Sandy Creek Baptist Church. “Some citizens have talked to me about running and I have always wanted to work in Morgan County,” explained Bryan. “I enjoy working with the public. If elected, I will do a good job and work hard at it.”

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