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Old 01-28-2020, 09:07 PM
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After nearly 24 years in office, Gwinnett County Sheriff Butch Conway has announced that he will not seek re-election to a 7th term in office.

At nearly 24 years and in his 6th term in office, Conway is the longest-serving sheriff in Gwinnett County's history.

After first being elected to the office in 1996, Sheriff Conway has run basically unopposed in each general election since, but was slated to face a Democratic opponent in November for the first time in 24 years.

Gwinnett Chief Deputy Lou Solis has received Conway's endorsement for Sheriff and is expected to succeed Conway as the Republican nominee for Sheriff in November, where he will face one of five possible Democratic opponents in the general election.

From the Gwinnett Daily Post:
Butch Conway announced Tuesday he will not seek re-election after 24 years as sheriff of Gwinnett County.

Conway, a Republican, was Gwinnett County’s longest-tenured sheriff. He was first elected to the post as a Republican in 1996 and was continually re-elected after that. There had been uncertainty for months, however, as to whether he would seek re-election this year.
After 24 years in office, Gwinnett Sheriff Butch Conway will not seek re-election (Gwinnett Daily Post)

VIDEO: Gwinnett Sheriff Butch Conway explains his decision to not seek re-election (Gwinnett Daily Post)
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