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John Eunice wins Valdosta At-Large

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November 6, 2007

Valdosta - Incumbent John Eunice swept two other candidates to regain his seat as Valdosta City Councilman At-large.

Eunice beat David Dempsey and Dexter Sharper in the largest city council race in Valdosta this year.

He brought in 54 percent of the vote and celebrated in style, shutting down the popular 306 North in Downtown Valdosta.

He says he's not only excited to serve Valdosta for another four years but that he won't have to compete again in a run-off election. 

"Thrill and excitement. I'm happy all my friends and supporters here to be with me through this and I'll sleep much better tonight with a victory rather than a run-off," Eunice says.

When first elected in 2003, Eunice became the youngest city councilman in Valdosta history.

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