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07/24/2014

A Heartfelt Thank You

I am honored and grateful to the voters of Cobb County for selecting me to be your next Superior Court Judge.  I am humbled by your trust in me to do the job, and to do it well, and I will work hard to validate that trust...READ MORE


05/12/2014

Cobb Fraternal Order of Police Endorse Ann Harris!

The Cobb County Fraternal Order Of Police Endorse Ann Harris for Superior Court Judge

Ann Harris has spent the last 19 years as prosecutor in Cobb Superior Court where she has handled felony cases and held violent criminals...READ MORE


05/01/2014

Ann Featured in Cobb in Focus Magazine

http://www.myvirtualpaper.com/doc/Cobb-In-Focus/cifmayjune2014/2014042801/#24

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04/29/2014

Ann's Responses to Cobb Chamber Questionnaire

Following graduation from Auburn University with a B.S.  degree in Finance (with high honors), I began...READ MORE


04/14/2014

Stabbing and robberies net life sentence for 20-yr.-old

Tomas Lopez Torres Jr.’s 2012 crimes nearly killed Doug Haddon, according to the Cobb County District Attorney’s
Office. Haddon is the owner of the Hock Shop pawn shop on Gresham Road, just north of the Big Chicken...READ MORE


04/14/2014

Former Wheeler HS student sentenced in brutal stabbing

Doug Haddon, a 59-year-old married father of four, said he, his family and his business have endured a grueling recovery in the two years since a former Wheeler High School student ambushed him at Hock Shop pawn store on Cobb...READ MORE


4/4/2014

Ann Attends Pleasant Grove Peace Rally

Award winning journalist,
author and minister the Rev.
Barbara Ann Reynolds and
a group of Cobb County
faith and civic leaders will
conduct a “Promote the
Peace” rally Saturday at 9
...READ MORE


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