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Republicans Win Big in North Augusta City Elections Tuesday



The Tuesday Mayoral and City Council elections in North Augusta brought new faces to government.

Republican Briton Williams was elected to be the city’s next Mayor.  He defeated Democratic opponent Richard Adams 2,200 to 860. Williams will replace outgoing Mayor Bob Pettit who did not run f...

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  1. Its just the beginning. I think and hope people are waking up to what has happened here in the U.S.A. and come 2022 if you have a (D) in front of your name forget it. The snakes have been discovered……. More to come and I can’t wait!

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