Former Dade County Sheriff’s Office chief deputy Tim McDonald announced he will run against incumbent Sheriff Patrick Cannon on a Republican ticket.
McDonald, 52, has 17 years of law enforcement experience and recently retired from working six years for GT Distributors, a major law enforcement supplier.
He said his experience working for the supplier in Tennessee has helped prepare him for the job.
“I’ve had a chance to talk and communicate with all the sheriffs across Tennessee,” he said. “I used that opportunity to find out what worked for them.”
For complete details, see tomorrow’s Times Free Press.
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