Young Harris College police chief joins sheriff’s race

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Ken Henderson - sheriff's candidate

YOUNG HARRIS, Ga. – Kenneth “Ode” Henderson has officially announced intent to run on the Republican ticket in the 2020 Towns County sheriff’s election.

“I will be running in the Republican primary,” Henderson stated on social media. “I have over 35 years in law enforcement and currently serve as the chief at Young Harris College and serve as a police officer for the city of McCayesville, GA. I have also worked for Towns County Sheriff’s Office, under previous administration, and Union County Sheriff’s Office at various times throughout my career. I look forward to sharing more about my qualifications with you in the future as I work to earn your support.”

Henderson joins challenger Daren “Bear” Osborn in the race against incumbent Sheriff Chris Clinton.

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1 Comment

  1. Laurie Main October 18, 2019 at 4:16 pm

    After seeing the show “Taken at Birth,” which is about a doctor from Mccayesville selling babies out of his clinic in the 50s & 60s, being sheriff of McCayesville isn’t necessarily anything to put on ones resume. Seems like most everyone interviewed in that town has a tight lip regarding the truth… in other words, not trustworthy at all.

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