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July 20, 2004

Albany- A Dougherty County Commissioner kept her seat.

Brenda Robinson Cutler won by more than 1,100 votes over Bob Washington. That was more than 87 percent of the votes.

Robinson-Cutler says she felt confident about the race.

"I wasn't worried because I've done what was required of me and I just coasted in," she said.

Washington says he will be running for public office again.

"The current commissioner is not doing the job she was elected to do and I have a problem with that," Washington said.

Robinson-Cutler succeeded her husband, commissioner Don Cutler after his death.

posted at 11:34 p.m. by brannon.stewart@walb.com