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Rob

Fitzgerald, GA

#1 Nov 28, 2011
Who is running for Probate Judge next term? We need some new blood in these offices.
really

United States

#2 Nov 28, 2011
what town?
Rob

Fitzgerald, GA

#3 Nov 29, 2011
really wrote:
what town?
Blakely, Early County.
I agree

Carrollton, GA

#4 Nov 29, 2011
Yea, I agree. Brenda really blew her chances when she let Bubba run. WOW. Who will run against her.
Big Bubba

Macon, GA

#5 Nov 29, 2011
TONYA HOLLEY
Rob

Fitzgerald, GA

#6 Nov 30, 2011
I hope someone will run against Tonya and beat her. We will campaign against her.
Vanya

Ocilla, GA

#7 Dec 1, 2011
After all you don't have to have a degree for this job and you make big bucks.
Big Bubba

Ashburn, GA

#8 Dec 2, 2011
Sounds like you only want to the job for the money..
I guess you didn't get your way and your mad at her for some reason!The job doesn't require a degree but it does require some body with common sense.
Vanya

Dothan, AL

#9 Dec 2, 2011
Big Bubba wrote:
Sounds like you only want to the job for the money..
I guess you didn't get your way and your mad at her for some reason!The job doesn't require a degree but it does require some body with common sense.
Maybe, maybe not!! I just believe people can stay in public office for too long. Some good, healthy competition is good.
Vanya

Dothan, AL

#10 Dec 7, 2011
Well, Ric is out!! Let's see about getting some more out! Let's support someone to run against Tonya. What goes around comes around.
Andy

Ashburn, GA

#11 Dec 7, 2011
Now, let's work on a shake up in the Probate Judge's office.
Hilton

Montezuma, GA

#12 Dec 8, 2011
People should really be concerned with electing officials based on their intelligence and experience. Mrs. Holley seems to be very good at her job and from what I've heard she is fair with everyone. It dosen't matter who you are, what family you come from, or what color you are. Don't make the mistake of jumping on this "change" bandwagon and electing someone who has no clue as to what it takes perform the duties required in these positions.
Vera

Dothan, AL

#13 Dec 8, 2011
Hilton wrote:
People should really be concerned with electing officials based on their intelligence and experience. Mrs. Holley seems to be very good at her job and from what I've heard she is fair with everyone. It dosen't matter who you are, what family you come from, or what color you are. Don't make the mistake of jumping on this "change" bandwagon and electing someone who has no clue as to what it takes perform the duties required in these positions.
An intelligent person could learn these job duties.
Katy

Montezuma, GA

#14 Dec 8, 2011
But an intelligent person is not always elected into positions. Alot of people in this town will vote exclusively on race and popularity within their community. That's how you get people on the board of education with no formal education of their own making decisions about whats best for our children. Or a former chauffeur/errand boy on the city council. These people may be excellent at making noise and stirring up the pot but they haven't proven themselves as having the ability to just walk into such an important position and be effective. I remember Mrs. Holley working in that office several years before taking office. You can't expect a person to just walk in off the street and do it.
Blakely

Byron, GA

#15 Dec 8, 2011
Bet they could
FYI

Blakely, GA

#16 Dec 8, 2011
Blakely wrote:
Bet they could
THEN YOU ARE AN IDIOT!
Blakely

Byron, GA

#17 Dec 8, 2011
Katy wrote:
But an intelligent person is not always elected into positions. Alot of people in this town will vote exclusively on race and popularity within their community. That's how you get people on the board of education with no formal education of their own making decisions about whats best for our children. Or a former chauffeur/errand boy on the city council. These people may be excellent at making noise and stirring up the pot but they haven't proven themselves as having the ability to just walk into such an important position and be effective. I remember Mrs. Holley working in that office several years before taking office. You can't expect a person to just walk in off the street and do it.
So Mrs Holly is the only one in Early that can do the Job??????????
No man

Byron, GA

#18 Dec 8, 2011
Hello Play Nice
FYI

Blakely, GA

#19 Dec 9, 2011
Blakely wrote:
<quoted text> So Mrs Holly is the only one in Early that can do the Job??????????
NO she is not the only one. I am sure there are other qualified persons in Early county, but you do not realize the training and schooling needed to initially have the job and the on going training due to law changes, etc. Whoever has the position must have common sense along with intelligence. The person is a JUDGE for heaven's sake and as a judge has say so over the outcome of how situations affect people's lives.

Y'all have a trained staff in place. Y'all complain about taxes. Why would you want to spend your tax $$$$$ training another staff?
Same Old same Old

Byron, GA

#20 Dec 9, 2011
It Still Who You No And If They Like You .IF THEY DO NOT THEY WILL GO OUT OF THEY WAY NOT TO HELP YOU .

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