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April 24, 2006

Albany -- Dougherty County Commission Chairman Jeff "Bodine" Sinyard qualified today with the county's Democratic party.

Sinyard says he wants to bring more jobs, businesses and families to all parts of the county. "We have to work for our luck around here. We are constantly in contact with prospective industries and existing industries to make sure we have a pro-business environment so we can continue to grow jobs. There are a lot of other issues too. We've got some development that we've got to do in East and South Albany."

County Commissioner Jack Stone and School Board member Milton "June Bug" Griffin also qualified for the Democratic ticket today.

No one qualified with the Dougherty County Republican party today.

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