BRYAN, OH - A new face is making a run for politics.
Jennifer King, of Bryan, is on the ballot for Williams County Commissioner in the Novembet 3 general election. King told The Bryan Times that having grown up in a broken home, in what she calls “difficult circumstances,” she knows what’s it’s like to feel like an underdog.
King, is 36 years old, and is married with five children. She and her husband Tyson live in Bryan and are also business partners with other King family members in a successful local manufacturing company. She and Tyson also own and manage several local real estate properties and buildings.
King will be listed on the November ballot as a non-party-affiliated independent candidate.
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