BEECH GROVE -- Roger Hobbs has been involved in the community for many years.
And, he's followed the political scene but never really had the time to devote to running for public office.
After retiring from his second career with TNT Security, Hobbs said he wasn't ready to sit down and watch TV.
"This would make a good time," said Hobbs.
With that in mind, Hobbs has filed to serve as magistrate of the Fourth District. He will run in the Republican primary, where the winner advances to the fall general election.
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