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By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

June 28, 2008

LEE COUNTY, GA (WALB) - With primary elections just three weeks away, Lee County voters are getting a chance to know some of the candidates.

Sheriff Candidate Reggie Rachals held a meet and greet, so Lee County could learn more about him.

Rachals has 25 years of experience between the Albany Police Department, and the Lee County Sheriff's office.

He told us he's seeking the office for the job, not the position.

"Well I think the reason they should vote for me is because it's not only time for a change but we need to move the Lee County sheriff's Department in a more positive, forward direction, and I just think there should be some changes made," said Reggie Rachals, candidate for Sheriff.

Rachals will face current Sheriff Harold Breeden.

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