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Richmond County Elections Board to call for special election



Steven Kendrick has no plans to reclaim the seat he vacated in pursuit of his failed mayoral bid.

On Monday, the Richmond County Board Elections will meet to call for a special election for Kendrick’s old post of Richmond County tax commissioner.

“That is just not on the to-do list,” said Ken...

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  1. That scam continues to run…he can thank that business for losing him the mayors office..everyone saw what he would do if elected. Next time don’t shoot yourself in the foot..I hope it costs Johnson too…

  2. I hope the Richmond County Republican Party will offer a candidate, even if it’s one name we can digitally write in on the ballot. Otherwise, my write-in vote will be a toss up between Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny.

  3. Curious that you only report what his plans are not?
    Please tell us then that what his plans are do not include yet another taxpayer funded position, pre-planned and arranged for just such an emergency ?

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