Nicole Ebbeskotte, former Cherokee County Sheriff's Office corporal and public information officer, has announced her plans to qualify to run for the recently vacated Georgia Senate seat formerly held by Barry Loudermilk, who resigned torun for U.S. Congress.
Ebbeskotte, a 12-year resident of Cherokee County, served in the sheriff's office for seven years under current Sheriff Roger Garrison, according to the press release. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a master’s degree in Conflict Management.
Ebbeskotte has served on the Cherokee Leadership Steering committee as well as the board of directors for the Cherokee County chapter of the Boys and Girls Club. She is currently working as an executive for a local property management company and plays a role in many community activities.
Nicole also is a certified mediator and arbitrator.
"I have always enjoyed serving the citizens of Cherokee County," she said in the release. "Now I want to broaden my service to the next level by representing the people in Senate District 14."
The district covers portions of Bartow and Cherokee counties. The special election is set for Nov. 5.
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