Effingham County 4th District Commissioner Reggie Loper has announced he will seek re-election.
“It is an honor to serve the people of Effingham County as the 4th District commissioner,” he said. “The last three-plus years have given me insight to the operation of the county but to also hear the voices of the citizens of the county. While commissioners are elected by districts, we do in fact serve the entire county.”
Loper serves on eight committees for the commissioners and has attended numerous required training for county commissioners. He currently serves on the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia’s committee for economic development and is vice-chairman of the committee for natural resources and environment.
“Being active in the ACCG has given me the opportunity to learn how others manage their counties and enable me to represent Effingham County on a state and national level,” Loper said. “In running for re-election, I am asking the citizens of the 4th District to allow me to continue to serve them.”
Loper was first elected to office in 2004.