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David C. Sharp throws hat into Circuit Clerk Race

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David C. Sharp has filed qualifying papers for the position of Circuit Clerk of Warren County as a member of the Republican Party.  Mr. Sharp is a graduate of Warren Central High School and Hinds Community College, before receiving his degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Mississippi. During his undergraduate studies, Mr. Sharp served as Vice-President of Legal Studies Association and Youth Minister for the Warren County Episcopal Churches. David Sharp is an active member of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. After completing his studies at Ole Miss, Mr. Sharp spent two years mentoring at risk youth with Eckerd Youth Foundation of Deer Lodge, Tennessee. In 2008, Sharp returned home to Vicksburg and joined the Vicksburg Warren School District by becoming a teacher at Grove Street Alternative School. He currently is serving Warren County as a teacher at Beechwood Elementary. From the beginning of the Storehouse Community Food Pantry, Sharp has volunteered his Thursday evenings helping distribute food to people in need. In addition, he is currently serving his third year on the Riverfest Board. “I am seeking this office in an effort to serve my home county by organizing its voting registry, exercising great care of Clerical responsibilities, and managing fees owed to the County through court costs,” says Sharp. The deadline for qualifying for any race is 5 p.m. today.  We spoke briefly with Warren County Circuit Clerk Shelly Ashley-Palmertree yesterday.  She informed us that she would be contacting us on Wednesday with a full list of every person who has filed qualifying papers.  Each petition has to be certified by the Warren County Elections Commission.]]]]> ]]>

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