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Condie announces bid for election

By Robert Proctor

The Cuero Record

Appointed this summer to complete the unexpired term of outgoing DeWitt County Attorney Ray Reese, Jay Condie recently announced his bid for next year’s election. In only several months in charge of the County Attorney’s office, Condie was assured of his interest and desire to be a public servant.

As a lawyer in private practice, Condie represented individual clients. Files would be opened and closed. Now, working for DeWitt County and the public, he serves many more people, a responsibility he doesn’t take lightly.

“I’m giving something in return for being a part of the community,” he said. “That means a lot to me.” Condie believes it’s important for each person to have something they look forward to doing every day. He had that in private practice and has seen that continue into the public arena.

“I’m getting up every morning and looking forward to coming to work,” he stated. “That’s important as a public servant. When you’re appointed or elected to do something, people expect something out of you. You’re paying my salary; it’s my job to be here.”

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