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Loper Announces Campaign for District 3 County Commissioner

We have a race, ladies and gentlemen! Charity Loper filed to run against long-time District 3 County Commissioner in April. The election will be Tuesday, June 28. Early voting for that election will be Thursday, June 23 and Friday, June 24 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, June 25 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Loper has lived in Murray County her whole life. She’s a 1981 graduate of Davis High School. She’s been married for 41 years and has 2 grown children and 3 grandchildren.
She’s got a vast resume throughout the years for work, most of them caring for others. She’s worked three years State School, was a CNA for 15 years and did private care elderly in need. Her family has a feed business. She was a bookkeeper for the business and worked with hay, farming and tractors. During Covid, she purchased goats for her grandchildren that turned into a lucrative business. Six months ago she went back to work.
Why run for county commissioner? “I have made the decision to run for this office because I would like to see change that benefits everyone in District 3,” Loper said. “The people of District 3 deserve well-maintained roads and a county to be proud of. The Murray County Commissioner’s office will have an open door policy for any and all District 3 residents.”
Loper said that she will keep all essential employees if elected bringing over 25 years of experience with her if elected. “I will make it my mission to make sure that each and every employee will be treated with respect and treated equally. This will be a team effort,” said Loper.
Visit Loper’s campaign page on Facebook for more information or to contact her with questions. She added that she’d like District 3 residents to remember she works for them.

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