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Richmond County candidates face tough May 24 primary

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Richmond County candidates face some hotly contested elections this year, and that includes the race for mayor. Candidates are vying for County Commission, Board of Education, various judicial offices and even the Georgia senate in the May 24 Richmond County prim...

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Hasan lost me at ‘Augusta-Richmond County must divest from the business of making its residents’ systemic slaves. Cash bonds are often excessive’.
    Just don’t commit a crime and excessive bail won’t be an issue.

  2. “I will push for a full forensic audit of every department as well as a comprehensive report of every department to find out where we excel, where we are falling behind and what we can do to fix it.” Lucus V. Johnson said the magic words and for that reason alone, he has my vote. An almost Trump-like promise to drain the swamp. Most other responses were without substance – key words, tricky phrases, liberal eyewash and bull crap, or self-aggrandizing fluff.

  3. Thank you, TAP, for this article. The candidates that responded gave us more insight into what they plan to do. And the fact that some of the candidates in a crowded race did not respond is telling as well.

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