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July 8, 2004

Albany- Judge's races are a little quieter than many campaigns, but that wasn't the case Thursday evening in Albany.

Supporters of Dougherty Superior Court Judge Steve Goss held a rally, praising his decisions and how they affect peoples lives.

Goss says he's made positive changes in the community and in Dougherty County legal system. "Seeing needs such as mentally ill and drug addicted offenders, nonviolent offenders coming in and out of the jail and instituted programs to try and cut down on recidivism and cut down on our tax drain at the jail," he said.

Goss' opponent is Albany attorney Johnnie Graham.

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