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One candidate gears up for Perry County elections

Nobles Nobles
PERRY COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

Officer Mitch Nobles is running for Sheriff of Perry County. Born and raised locally, he has over 18 years of law enforcement experience.

“If elected, I do want to serve Perry County with a servant's heart; I want to serve Perry County with professionalism,” candidate Mitch Nobles said. “I want to be able to meet their needs with professionalism.”

He was a candidate in the last election, and feels as though his passion for the community will help him be a good leader.

“I want to build a strong relationship with our Board of Supervisors because again, I know how important the Board is to our department,"said Nobles. "I want to be able to work hand in hand with them to ensure the proper equipment, proper training to be able to serve the needs of Perry County residents.”

His goals as Sheriff include hoping to build a closer relationship with other local law enforcement groups, and provide an added emphasis to child safety in the area. 

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