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Jennings Announces Candidacy for County Commissioner

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Current Sheridan County Commissioner Holly Jennings has announced that she will run for a full term during this year’s election.

Jennings has served since her appointment to the Sheridan Board of County Commissioners in September of 2023.

According to a release from Jennings, since her appointment she has worked to ensure that citizens are first and foremost heard and that their values are represented.

Jennings is a Constitutional Republican who believes in the tried and true ideals brought forth by the founding fathers of smaller government, fiscal responsibility, transparency and accountability.

She understands the solemn duty a County Commissioner holds in being a guardian of the people’s money; maintaining a balance between providing necessary services and standing against frivolous spending.

In her opinion, the position of County Commissioner is one deeply rooted in public service and requires an individual who has integrity, common-sense decision making, a hard-working attitude and is someone who has the highest concern for maintaining the liberties of his or her fellow citizens.

Jennings has lived in Sheridan County for almost two decades, graduating from Sheridan College in 2008 with an Associate of Science Degree in Biology before earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from Montana State University-Billings in 2009.

She has worked as a youth mentor at Milestones-Volunteers of America, as a manager for Good Health Market and currently owns her own photography business. She serves as an advisory board member for the Salvation Army and as a Commissioner she sits on the Child Support Authority Joint Powers Board, the Law Enforcement Center Joint Powers Board, the E-911 Committee and is a liaison to the Sheridan County Parks & Recreation Board as well as the Sheridan County Historic Preservation Commission.



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