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BoE chairman seeking re-election
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Bryan County School Board Chairman Eddie Warren is running for re-election.
Warren has lived in Richmond Hill for 24 years, according to a press release. He served one and a half terms on the Bryan County Board of Education as a Richmond Hill representative from 2000 until 2006. He resigned during the middle of his second term in order to run for the board chairman position, which he currently holds.
He is married to Lori Warren, an educator who has worked in the Bryan County School system for 22 years. They have three children, all of whom have attended Bryan County schools or are attending now. Two of Warren’s children graduated from RHHS and are now teachers, the youngest is currently attending RHHS.
Warren works at RE/MAX of Richmond Hill and is a member of the Savannah Board of Realtors. He is an active member of St. Anne’s Catholic Church and the community.
In the 24 years Warren has lived in Bryan County he has seen growth on both ends of the county.
According to the press release, Warren feels it is a privilege to serve as chairman of a board of education that supports the community and is working toward future improvements.
"Bryan County’s popularity is attributed to our great school system. Warren would like to see open communication and positive participation between the Bryan County Board of Education and the Bryan County community. Working together will attribute to continued improvement in all Bryan County schools," the release said.
Warren said he was running for a number of reasons:
- "Continuation of the positive progress obtained over the last few years. The present board and administration have worked together really well to accomplish some tough tasks during some hard financial times."
- "Follow through on the growth and facility expansion plans."
- "Using my experience to work with my fellow board members in getting the system through these tough financial times without interrupting the positive steps we have taken to improve the system as a whole."
 - "I like and believe in giving back to the community, and believe there’s no better way than to give what you have to help the children."
Warren said he was approached by several community and business leaders, "asking me to stay on and continue the works of the present BoE direction."
Warren is running as a Republican is unopposed, unless someone announces as an independent in June. The primary is July 20.

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