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August 31, 2007

Albany -- Qualifying for this fall's municipal elections in Dougherty County is now closed.   Four offices are up for re-election, including Albany Mayor and three city commission seats.

Qualifying for Mayor were current Mayor Willie Adams, Councilman Bo Dorough, and Friday, Timothy Coley qualified. Ward one Commissioner Jon Howard will face Jimmy Lee Jones.

Qualifying for the Ward four seat were Roger Marietta and Lou Easter Hardy. Ward six commissioner Tommy Postell qualified for re-election and will face David Williams.

Candidates still have another week to qualify as a write in candidate. Voters will go to the poll November sixth to cast their ballots.

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