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January 8, 2008

Lee County-  Longtime Lee County Sheriff Harold Breeden is running for re-election. Breeden's been sheriff of Lee County for 19 years.

In that time, he's set up 24 hour patrols, neighborhood patrols, and in the past year, took more than two million dollars worth of drugs off the streets. Breeden, a former pro baseball player, says he loves his job.

"I just like helping the citizen's of Lee County. I don't want to retire and like I say, we got a lot more to do on the drugs in Lee County and all this stuff coming up in courts and stuff like that and I want to be part of it," said Lee County Sheriff Harold Breeden.

If re-elected Breeden promises to continue his no nonsense approach to the office, and his open door policy that everyone is treated equally.

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