Bryan Lott, current alderman for the Town of Kilmichael, is seeking the District 2 Montgomery County Constable seat in the November 5 election.
"After prayerful consideration, I have decided to run for Montgomery County Constable, District 2," Lott said. "If elected, I would work with all departments in Montgomery County and serve the people with honesty and
integrity and treat everyone equal."
Lott, a lifelong resident of Montgomery County, has been employed as a marketing representative for Armtech Crop Insurance Company since 2003. He was elected alderman for the Town of Kilmichael in 2009, and he has served in various leadership roles in the community.
He served on the board of directors for the Montgomery County Farm Bureau as well as vice chairman and board member for the National Crop Insurance Board of Mississippi.
"I have dealt with the public my entire working life, and in my experience, I have learned to treat people with respect," Lott said.
He also has experience in law enforcement, serving as a reserve deputy for the Montgomery County Sheriff's Department under both Sheriff Kenneth Campbell and Sheriff Bill Thornburg. He has extensive experience in law enforcement, having attended numerous law enforcement training classes as well.
"I love to serve people and believe I am qualified to serve this county as an effective constable," Lott said.
Married to Stacey Pearson Lott for 26 years, the couple have twin sons, Brooks Lott and Bailey Lott, a daughter, Molly Beth Lott, and a daughter-in-law Sara Taylor Lott. They are members of Kilmichael Baptist Church, where Lott serves as a deacon.
Lott expressed, “I humbly ask for your consideration as your next constable when you go to the polls in November.”
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