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November 10, 2005

Thomasville, Georgia-- The winner of Thomasville's biggest election this year is outlining his goals.

Roy Campbell kept his city council seat on Tuesday with a vote of 885 to 810 over Kevin Glass. One of Campbell's goals for the next four years is to grow Thomasville' revenue without property taxes. He also wants to continue paving all of the city's streets.

Campbell says he's glad to keep his council seat of 11 years. "It's always an honor to win an election. And it was a good, hard fought campaign, and my opponent did a real good job. He's a fine young man," says Campbell.

The businessman was elected after a former councilman resigned to run for tax commissioner. Campbell is also the vice chairman of the Rural Development Committee.

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