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Broome Sheriff Running For Re-election

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David Harder has been working for the Broome County Sheriff’s Office for a half-century and he wants to continue.

Bob Joseph/WNBF News

The 71-year-old sheriff has announced he’ll seek another four-year term.

Harder, who became the county sheriff in 1999, marked his fiftieth anniversary with the agency four weeks ago.

The sheriff told WNBF News that this will be his last campaign.

Harder’s law enforcement career began with the sheriff’s office on January 1, 1964.

The sheriff said he feels great and his health is good, so he wants to keep working.

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