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Candidates named in Miller Co. Sheriff special election

Wesley Shane Rathel Wesley Shane Rathel
R. J. LeFrancois R. J. LeFrancois
Mike Middleton Mike Middleton
Scott Lawson Scott Lawson
MILLER CO., GA (WALB) -

The candidates eligible for the Miller County special election for Sheriff have been named after qualifying ended at 12 noon Wednesday.

The four candidates are listed below:

-Wesley Shane Rathel - current interim Sheriff

-R. J. LeFrancois - currently with Dougherty County Sheriff's Office

-Mike Middleton - currently with Georgia-Pacific

-Scott Lawson - currently with Colquitt Police Department

Once elected, the winning candidate will serve a term that ends on December 31, 2017.

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