Congratulations to Edwin B. “Bailey” Browning III new county judge-elect. Congratulations also go out to Doug Brown, Democratic nominee for School Superintendent. Ronnie Moore, Democratic primary winner for District 3 County Commissioner and ?, Democratic nominee for Supervisor of Elections. Congratulations to Amy Kendrick, Democratic nominee for Supervisor of Elections. In a squeaker, she slipped by Jada Woods Williams 1974-1940. Karen Pickles was the top vote getter for District 4 School Board member. She will have to face either Bobby Harper or Donnell Davis in a runoff in November. Right now, a recount will have to be done and provisional ballots counted before her opponent will be known.
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Browning, Kendrick, Moore, Pickles Winners; Harper and Davis in Recount to See Who Faces Pickles in Runoff
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Wednesday, August 1, The Madison County Carrier will publish a special section entitled “Meet the Candidates.” In preparation for this informative section, Greene Publishing, Inc. has questions for each candidate.
Each candidate is asked to email Jacob Bembry (Jacob@greenepublishing.com) for copies of the questions for the race. Each candidate’s answers will appear exactly as he or she has answered them in the “Meet the Candidates” section.
In addition, candidates can also purchase ads for the special section.
If anyone has questions about this special election issue, please email them to Jacob@greenepublishing.com.
Edwin Bailey Browning III announces his candidacy for the office of County Judge of Madison County, Florida. “Bailey,” as he is known, has practiced with the Madison firm of Davis, Schnitker, Reeves, & Browning, P.A., since 1999. He previously worked as a prosecutor for the State Attorney’s Office in Live Oak from 1996-1999. “I believe my experiences as a prosecutor and a private attorney have prepared me well for the job of County Judge and I look forward to serving Madison County should I be elected.”
Bailey was born on December 3, 1967, and is a fourth-generation Madison County resident. He graduated from Madison County High School in 1986, earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Florida in 1991, and his law degree from Florida State University in 1995. Bailey married his wife, Leigh Ann, in 1995, and they have two (2) children, Edwin Bailey IV, age eleven (11), and Riley Elizabeth, age six (6).
Bailey is an active member of Fellowship Baptist Church, Madison, Florida, where he serves as Finance Committee chairman and has served as an Awana Listener on Wednesday evenings. He is also a past President of the Third Judicial Circuit Bar Association and has been a member of the Florida Bar since 1996.
“I look forward to meeting the citizens of my home county during this campaign. If elected, I will serve all of you as a hard-working honorable judge. My roots run deep in Madison County and it is those roots and love for this community that I will bring to the job every day, and to every decision I make as your County Judge.”
Pd. Pol. Adv., Pd. for and approved by Edwin Bailey Browning III, non-partisan, for Madison County Judge.