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If you are 21 or older, you can now run for many county offices

A bill that lowers the minimum age requirement to 21 years for holding various county offices and special district board memberships, was passed by state legislators during the latest session. State Senator Sandy Crawford said the action was a clarification…

Under the bill, anyone who is 21 and older can run for county clerk; auditor; coroner; surveyor; seven-director school board; ambulance district board; sewer district trustee; public water supply district board; emergency telephone services board; hospital district board; public water supply district board; fire protection district board; court clerk; and mayor for third or fourth class cities.

 

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