BREMEN– Local attorney Jack Browning announces his bid for district attorney of the Tallapoosa Judicial Circuit, which encompasses Polk and Haralson counties. He will run as a Republican candidate in this summer’s July 31 primary election.
“I am honored to have the opportunity to represent the citizens of Polk and Haralson counties,” says Browning. “My focus will be on building effective, unprecedented partnerships with law enforcement and other agencies to protect neighborhoods and provide justice for those who have been victims of crime.”
The Tallapoosa City Police Department and Pete Bridges, Mayor of Tallapoosa, are the first to announce endorsement of Jack Browning for district attorney.
“With Jack’s extensive experience working with and for local governments, he knows that public safety is vital to the well-being of our community and for the economic development in our county,” buyambienmed.com says Mayor Bridges.
Tallapoosa Chief of Police, Scott Worthy, adds his support, “The Tallapoosa Police Department is 100 percent behind Jack Browning for district attorney.”
In addition to leadership and a passion for serving the public interest, Browning brings to the race unequaled criminal law experience. He has a solid track record trying misdemeanor and felony cases, and extensive experience working with law enforcement and the district’s attorney’s office.
A veteran criminal law attorney, Browning currently is chief assistant public defender for Haralson and Polk counties. Earlier he served as the County Attorney for Haralson County, while also practicing law for the Bremen-based firm, Murphy, Murphy & Garner.
Browning graduated from Georgia State School of Law in 1999 with honors. A resident of Bremen, he is married with one child.
To learn more about Jack Browning, stay up-to-date on campaign news, contribute or volunteer, visit www.JackBrowningforDA.com.