Wright will look to join fiscal court as District 4 magistrate

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Election 2014

By Thomas Barr

 CLERMONT – The man who may have revolutionized the role of a constable in Bullitt County is looking at another seat in government.

Finishing up his fourth term as constable of the Fourth District, Charlie Wright is looking to represent his constituents as a member of Bullitt Fiscal Court.

The Democrat recently announced his intentions to run as magistrate for the Fourth District.

John Bradshaw currently holds the seat.

After Wright took office as constable 16 years ago, he suddenly took on a new role.

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