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District 25, Desoto County and our State."
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April 8, 2019
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March 28, 2019
Great Visit to Jackson
Alice and I had a very nice visit to Jackson. We enjoyed our time with several of out state legislators. The huge topic of discussion was the proposed $4000.00 a year raise for our teachers. I was able to voice my thoughts in support of our teachers with several of our DeSoto County representatives in both the House and Senate. Their votes speak loudly for each one of them. Our State Capitol is a wonder place to visit. I would encourage you all to plan a visit and tour it with your family. I sincerely look forward to serving each of you as your State Representative, District 25, starting in January 2020. We have a lot of work to do between now and August 6th. Please sign up and let's get get going. I am counting on each of you, your family, and friends as we Focus on our Future!
Denton to run for legislature
By BOB BAKKEN Staff Writer Jan 30, 2019 Updated Jan 30, 2019
DeSoto Times Tribune
Randy Denton, with wife Alice Denton, has announced his intentions to run for the Republican nomination for District 25 state representative. The primary vote will be in August.
The Republican race for District 25 state Legislature will include a challenger to incumbent Rep. Dan Eubanks of Walls.
Randy Denton of Lake Cormorant has announced and qualified to be on the August primary ballot to challenge Eubanks for the nomination. Denton made his announcement earlier this month on social media, stating he wanted to limit government, reform and fund education and support local municipality control. “Who better to administer public services, public schools, facilities and taxes than its locally-elected officials, boards and administrators,” Denton said.
Denton stated he also wants to preserve personal freedom, support agriculture, conservation, local farmers and land owners, while also supporting effective law enforcement.
Bob Bakken is Staff Writer for the DeSoto Times-Tribune