State Attorney Bill Eddins Won’t Seek Another Term, Endorses Greg Marcille

January 10, 2020

State Attorney Bill Eddins won’t be running for a fifth term, and he is endorsing the man he believes should be his replacement.

Eddins has announced that he is supporting Assistant State Attorney Greg Marcille in the upcoming election. Marcille has been Eddins’ assistant since he took office 15 years ago.

Marcille is the only candidate so far for the position in Florida’s First Judicial Circuit., which covers Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties.

Eddins will remain in office through the completion of his term at the end of the year.


One Response to “State Attorney Bill Eddins Won’t Seek Another Term, Endorses Greg Marcille”

  1. L. B. on January 10th, 2020 3:00 pm

    Attorney Eddins you have done a Great job representing the people of Escambia County,I Pray that what ever your future holds will be as great and rewarding as it has been for the care you have shown for our Elderly and children of our county. Your recommendation and endorsement of Greg Marcille is a great choice. I believe Greg will follow your lead and pattern that you have set for Leadership for our Cities, Counties and State.

    May God continue to Bless you, I believe that you had to make some tuff decisions, but you did what you had to do to try and bring Justice for all.

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