On Wednesday, Johnston County Commissioner Larry Wood made it official, he will seek his second term in office.
“It is with excitement that today I announce I will be running for re-election,” Commissioner Wood told JoCoReport. ” I will be seeking a second term as a Johnston County Commissioner.”
“Over the past four years I have enjoyed serving the citizens of this county. It has been an extreme honor to work with and get to know so many that take part in the success of the many communities that we call home. During my term I have been able to play a part in our economic and financial growth, lower taxes and be an advocate for all county residents. Going forward I hope to remain a representative of Johnston County and continue to contribute to its future success.”
Wood represents District 4. He was sworn in as county commissioner in December 2016. His term is set to expire in December 2020.
Wood is employed by Duke Energy. He serves on several other board and committees including the Johnston County Heritage Commission, Public Library of Smithfield and Johnston County Board of Trustees, Johnston County Voluntary Agricultural District Advisory Board Commissioner Liaison, and Residential Subdivision Paving Committee.