Randolph County Prosecuting Attorney Permanent Job Placement (April 2010)
A Randolph County Prosecuting Attorney Permanent Job Placement measure on the April 6, 2010 in Randolph County.
This measure asks for voter approval of making the county Prosecuting Attorney a full-time job position. Due to an assistant job being eliminated from the office, making this a full-time position would not increase any taxes for the residents. County officials think this would be the best for the county due to the population size in relation to other Missouri counties.
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