SHERMAN, TX-- A third candidate has thrown his hat into the ring in the race for Grayson County Sheriff. David Hawley announced his run for sheriff Wednesday morning at the Grayson County Courthouse.
Hawley has served Grayson County for over 30 years and wants to continue that service. He currently serves as Lieutenant for the Grayson County Sheriff's Office and has been a deputy for over 30 years as a Crime Prevention Specialist. He is also a member of the Denison Independent School District's Board of Trustees.
Hawley said he isn't looking to make drastic changes to the Sheriff's Office.
"That's the platform I'm going to run on. To take what's already there and make things and make things better, or just expand on them a little bit," Hawley said.
Grayson County residents can learn more about him on his Facebook page and his web site should be up and running soon.
Hawley faces incumbent Sheriff Keith Gary, Commissioner Johnny Waldrip, and Brent Adams in April's Republican primary election. No Democrats have filed to run for sheriff in Grayson County.