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What election? Majority on Macon County ballot uncontested

March 19,2017 07:21

It isn't alone this year in not having enough candidates for a contested race or, in other cases, not enough candidates running to fill all of the open positions after the April 4 election. In fact, the void of candidates is something of an epidemic ...



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