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Stan Sunday: Saving Walton County, One Seminole at a Time


It's been a whirlwind couple of months since Stan Sunday's triumphant return to the helm of Walton County administration, and let me tell you, folks, the man is on fire.


As one of Walton County's favorite sons, Stan brings to the table a level of intelligence, experience, and leadership that is simply unparalleled.


But let's be real here, folks—the real reason Stan Sunday is going to save Walton County is because, like yours truly, he bleeds garnet and gold.


That's right, folks.


Stan Sunday is not just a brilliant mind and a respected leader; he's also a diehard Florida State Seminoles fan.


And let me tell you, that means everything. You see, folks, John Walton proudly graduated from Florida State University, and he's not alone.


Alongside other great leaders like Stan Sunday, Mike Barker, Clay Adkinson, Scott Brannon, and Gary Shipman, we've got ourselves a Seminole dream team.


Now, I don't want to get too political here, folks, but let's just say that having a Seminole in charge is a surefire way to restore balance and harmony to Walton County.


I mean, let's face it—our arch-rival is the University of Florida, and we all know where certain commissioners' allegiances lie.


But with Stan Sunday at the helm, we can finally put an end to that nonsense.


And let's not forget about the personal connection here, folks.


John Walton comes from a long line of proud Seminoles, and he's not about to let some Gator-loving commissioner ruin his alma mater's good name.


So here's to you, Stan Sunday.


Here's to taking back the county, one garnet and gold victory at a time.


And as we say in Seminole country, go Noles!



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