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Key Joins Race for County Council Dist. 3 Seat

web posted March 28, 2014

EDGEFIELD Michael John Key, of Johnston, signed filing papers Thursday afternoon making his challenge against Dean Campbell official. Key, a Democrat, said that he has attended county council meetings over the years and, "I just felt that it's time I ran." This will be his first attempt at public office.

Key spoke to Edgefield Daily briefly Thursday and said he was abreast of the issues facing the county and was looking forward to meeting those in the district during the campaign.

He did not have a bio immediately available, but said he would be emailing one as well as a photo for publication.

As of close of business Thursday no other candidates had filed. At this time the filing pits Key (D-Johnston) against Dean Campbell (R-Johnston) in the November General Election, giving candidates a full seven months to campaign.

If another Republican or Democrat challenger emerges, they would face off in their respective primary in June. The Books for Filing close at noon on Sunday.







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