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August 21, 2002

Albany--It's down to two people for one Dougherty County School Board Seat.

Last night, Dorothy Hubbard and her supporters found out her race for the District 3 seat is not yet over. Hubbard took 37 percent of the vote and Albany attorney Willie Weaver took 49 percent. Both Weaver and Hubbard say its going to be a tough race.

Willie Weaver says, "It's going to be a tough race, but we are ready." Dorothy Hubbard says, "We know its going to be tough, but we will hit the ground running."

The run-off is set for September 10th.

Posted at 2:46 pm by melissa.kill@walb.com