County Commissioner Cindy Meadows Endorses Alan Osborne for County Commissioner
From the Walton Sun:
Commissioner makes endorsement for election
By Sean Boone
Walton County Commissioner Cindy Meadows, who decided last month not to seek reelection this November, has endorsed a candidate for her District 5 seat.
Earlier this week, Meadows told The Sun she would be supporting Republican candidate Alan Osborne, stating she felt he “would handle the job very well.”
“I always think people run because they are mad about something,” she said. “I think he has the right motive, passion and incredible attention to detail.”
Osborne is a retired Army major and is the president of the Greater Driftwood Homeowner’s Association. He has been a resident of Walton County since 1995.
For the past several years, Osborne has led a fight to get the county to fix drainage problems in his Driftwood neighborhood.
He has stated he is running on the basis of county accountability.
“We have been so overcome for grants that we didn’t slow down to dot the I’s and cross the T’s,” he said.
Osborne is currently one of six Republican candidates running for District 5 Commissioner. Also running are: Bob Hudson, Charlie Burke, Cecilia Jones, George Wallace Smith and Sidney Braunstien.
Meadows said she is not seeking reelection because she wants to focus on other things in the community.
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