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Bailey County Judge Sherri Harrison has served her term as president of the West Texas County Judges and Commissioners Association, a 118-county sub-region of the County Judges and Commissioners Association of Texas (CJCAT).
The CJCAT is a statewide organization comprised of County Judges and County Commissioners with more than 1,200 active members. Both the CJCAT and its regional associations promote the interests of county government through continuing education and active participation in governmental affairs, particularly the Texas Legislature.
As president of the Association, Judge Harrison was kept apprised of legislative proposals and interim studies that will impact county government and the services provided to taxpayers. As part of her leadership role, Harrison help plan the Association’s annual conference, which offers state-mandated continuing education hours for County Judges and County Commissioners.
Judge Harrison is completing her 20th year with Bailey County. She was first elected as County Clerk in 1998 and began serving as County Judge in March 2005.

COURTESY PHOTO

Bailey County Judge Sherri Harrison presents the presidential gavel to Yoakum County Commissioner Tim Addison. Harrison will continue to serve on the Board of the Association as Past-President.

Rhea Gonzales

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