Harris announces run for county treasurer

Tammy Harris

My name is Tammy Harris, and I am proud to announce my candidacy for Freestone County Treasurer. I am a lifelong resident of Freestone County, as were the seven generations of my family before me. I live in between Fairfield and Streetman on the same land upon which my great-grandparents, grandparents, and parents worked and lived. When I was 8-years-old I showed my grandfather exactly where I wanted to build my house when I grew up, and I consider myself blessed to have done exactly that. Freestone County is not just my home; it's a large part of who I am. My parents are Ollie and Sandra Young and Glynn Harris and Linda Grant, all of Freestone County. I have one sister, Tracie Ezell and husband, Darrell, who also live in Freestone County. My stepbrother and stepsister, James Grant and Jami Lowry, also grew up in Freestone County. James and his wife, Averie, still live and work here. I am the proud mother of three children. My son, Jim Davidson, is an Ag teacher in Groesbeck; my daughter, Riley Dunlap, is an English teacher in Olney; and my youngest daughter, Hallie, is a sophomore at Fairfield High School. I also have two grandsons, Coleman Davidson and Jacob Dunlap. I grew up in a household that valued a strong work ethic. While still in high school, I started working as a secretary at Neal and Company, expanding my skills by completing college accounting classes. I was responsible for accounts payable and receivable, as well as payroll, working in that capacity for several years.


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