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Four contested county races in May primaries

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    Party qualification ended last week, Friday, March 11 for several local offices up for election this year.
    Of the 10 county offices, four are contested, including a crowded race for one school board seat. The Democratic Party has also submitted one non-binding question that will appear on the May ballot. 

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MisterMister
-1 #1 MisterMister 2016-03-17 11:13
It's rather unfortunate that a couple of the races have rather weak opponents, and the others in significant need of change ran unopposed. Pickens County is in a world of hurt and will continue to do so until we have folks of passion, knowledge and initiative to lead the county as it should be. We should all be praying.
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Skip
+2 #2 Skip 2016-03-18 13:58
Quoting MisterMister:
It's rather unfortunate that a couple of the races have rather weak opponents, and the others in significant need of change ran unopposed. Pickens County is in a world of hurt and will continue to do so until we have folks of passion, knowledge and initiative to lead the county as it should be. We should all be praying.


I'm still trying to figure out why you aren't running for all the offices, since no matter what the subject or issue is you seem to have all the answers.
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Truly Saddened
0 #3 Truly Saddened 2016-03-19 10:12
I was with you MisterMister all the way until you brought religion into Politics. It does not belong in our political system never has. When will people understand that.
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Saad Saak
+6 #4 Saad Saak 2016-03-24 13:41
If you think it's bad now just wait till you let one of the famous 'good 'ol boys' back with maybe another surprise for the taxpayers.
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