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Seven Devils race should be close PDF Print
Tuesday, 06 November 2007 13:58

Candidates agree it will be a close Seven Devils race. Incumbent Bill Wilkinson is optimistic about the chances of all three incumbents.

“It should be a very close election, at least, I hope, for three of us.”

 

It’s been a hot year issues-wise, incumbent Richard DeMott says, and the golf course dilemma has attracted a lot of attention to Seven Devils.

 

“I think this one is probably a little more crucial than some we’ve had, in the issues and things that people need to consider. I think some critical things have come up and that all the candidates have been able to express where they are and people, if they listen, have been able to define any differences.”

 

It’s no surprise that it’s a candidate-heavy race.

 

“We’ve got six people running. That’s probably the most we’ve had in quite awhile.”

 

That’s newcomer David Ehmig. He, along with Vance Duggan and Butch McLean, have shaken things up for incumbents Wilkinson, DeMott and Kathy Copley.

 

Hot issues in Seven Devils other than the golf course include water and public safety organizations.
  
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