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Dustin Moseley takes Webster Parish Police Jury District 12 seat

by Minden Press-Herald

Dustin Moseley takes the Webster Parish Police Jury District 12 seat by 34 votes.

12212518_160365997651675_874982452_nMoseley will take the seat of the late Charles Walker, and he says he’ll do what it takes to represent his district well.

“Thank you to everyone who supported and encouraged me,” he said. “I will give nothing less than my best while representing our district. I love our community, and I am honored at the opportunity to serve the people of district 12.”

Rebecca Shelley-Sherrard says she will support Moseley and will continue to help her community on the issues she heard the most about during her campaign—their children and their elderly.

“I’m going to support Mr. Moseley and I’m still going to do what I need to do to support our community in whatever capacity that I can serve in,” she said. “I would only hope that Dustin will get on board with the M6 disposal situation and get more involved with that. I’d also like to see him get more involved with the Bistineau Task Force and get involved in our community. I hope that he has more time to put forth that effort to make our community better, not just what the police jury does, but take an extra step and work with our community to make it better.”

Voting for Moseley were 444, or 52 percent. Voting for Shelley-Sherrard were 410, or 48 percent. In absentee, he received 65 votes or 52 percent; she received 59 votes, or 48 percent.

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