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March 23, 2004

Albany- Ken Hodges and more than one hundred supporters kicked off his re-election campaign Tuesday.

He was first elected to the office in 1996. Hodges says he's eliminated the backlog of cases and worked to speed up the prosecution process for violent offenders.

"I've got a proven track record of delivering quality work to the people of Dougherty County and they can look at my record and see what I've done, and if they like what they've seen I hope they will come out to the polls and support me again," he says.

Defense lawyer Ingrid Driskell Polite announced plans to run against Hodges in the July 20 primary election.

Posted at 6:30 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com

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