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The judge/executive is the chief administrative officer of county government.
He presides at fiscal court, manages the county’s finances, makes appointment to public boards and oversees several employees.
He can administer oaths of office and conduct marriage ceremonies.
The office was formerly called “county judge” and was changed to judge/executive in 1975.
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