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Williams, Nash, Frisina leads in Columbia

By on November 6th, 2012

The Supervisor of Elections Office for Columbia County has released numbers on county commissioner elections.

Incumbent Ronald Williams leads in District 1 with 54 percent of the vote over Oni Allen.

For District 3 Bucky Nash leads with 58 percent of votes over Mike Gordon.

In District 5, incumbent Scarlett Frisina leads with 53 percent over Tim Murphy.


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