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Alachua County Republican Party: Bradley a solid choice

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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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