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Supervisors voice priorities as November election approaches

One of the most anticipated local races this November features three incumbent Union County supervisors all vying for two, four-year supervisor terms. Those three candidates are Democrat Bob Brown, Republican Dennis Brown and Republican Lois Monday. The reason for such an incumbent-laden race stems from an action passed in November 2010, which changes the number of supervisors in the board room from five to three starting Jan. 1, 2013. The action passed overwhelming as more than 70 percent of county citizens voted in favor of the change.

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