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July 17, 2006

Lee County-  A Lee County candidate spent the day before elections trying to drum up some last minute support. 

James Mays is one of three democratic candidates running for the Lee County Commission, District one seat. Mays served as a Lee County Commissioner for District one between 1994 and 2002. Mays says he's running again to finish some of the tasks he started. 

"Some of the roads that were in our district that was promised and were supposed to have been paved and the money was taken and put into the Flowerwood Bridge down in south Lee County and there are some other, our district has always been left out for some reason," said James Mays, (D) Lee Co. Commission Candidate District 1. 

Mays is running against Willie Sneed and Mary Egler. We spoke with both of those candidates over the weekend and their platforms can be found on our web site.

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