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Galloway Announces Bid For Re–Election

Contributed article – by Angie Galloway

Angie Galloway

Angie M. Galloway has announced that she is seeking re–election for the position of Dade County Tax Commissioner.

It has been an honor to serve the citizens and I am seeking re-election for the position of Dade County Tax Commissioner in the upcoming election set for May 21, 2024. I have been the Dade County Tax Commissioner for the last four years and have worked in the Dade County Tax Office for a total of 31 years and fully understand the responsibilities of the office I am seeking. My many years of on-the-job experience and hours of training will allow me to carry out the duties of the Tax Commissioner for the citizens of Dade County in a seamless and professional way from the first day of the term.

I am a graduate of Northwest Georgia High School and currently reside on Lookout Mountain in the New Salem community. I have been married to Jeff Galloway for 24 years. My parents are the late Rev. Don Moreland and Jane Ivey Moreland. Before starting to work in the tax office in 1992, I was employed by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee, Provident Life and Accident Insurance Company, and Chattanooga Glass Credit Union. I am a faithful member of Calvary Baptist Church in Trenton. I am deeply aware of the vast obligations of the office. I have received over 500 hours of training over the years on the many functions performed by the county Tax Office.

Each year I attend training at the University of Georgia on changes to the state tax laws and the state wide computerized system. Before the implementation of the new motor vehicle system, I tested the program for 18 months for the State of Georgia. I am currently serving on the Georgia Association of Tax Officials By-Laws Committee. The elected tax commissioner is not responsible for determining the value of property or in setting the tax rate. Rather, the job entails the collecting of revenue as prescribed by law and dispersing it in a timely manner to the proper government entities.

The decision to seek a second term for Tax Commissioner was preceded by much time being devoted to thought and prayer about seeking re-election to the office. I humbly ask for your support and your vote for Dade County Tax Commissioner on May 21.

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