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Alachua County Republican Party: Bradley a solid choice


Republican Winston Bradley is stepping in to the Alachua County Commission seat vacated by Democrat Rodney Long late last year. Alachua County Republican Party Chairman Stafford Jones says this is a positive step forward for the county at large.

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Jones says Bradley’s experience in business, the military and the Santa Fe College Endowment Board all combine to make him a solid appointment.  Bradley will serve on the Commission through November.

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