Neal wins Marshall County judge executive

With all precincts reporting, Republican Kevin Neal has won the Marshall County Judge Executive’s race.

Neal beat out Democrat Melonie Chambers.

He’s only the second judge executive to be elected in Marshall County. 

Mike Miller served in the role for 40 years. He passed away last December after beating Neal.

Chambers served under Mike Miller for 30 years.

He will be sworn in the Marshall County Fiscal court room Wednesday at 5 p.m. by Judge Jack Telle.

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