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November 6, 2007

Valdosta- It's four more years for Valdosta Mayor John Fretti.

Fretti beat former state representative Ron Borders by more than 1600 votes.

That was a wider margin than many election watchers expected.

Fretti hopes the votes reflect his leadership over the past four years.  His opponent agrees.

"We love being the leader of Valdosta. I'm pleased to be voted back in to lead Valdosta for another four years. Its been a wonderful experience," says Mayor Fretti.

Borders agrees.  "He's done a good job and according to the votes I see in back of me, a lot of people also think he's done a good job."

This will be Fretti's second term in office.

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