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Primary election around the corner

November 27, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — It may be hard for some to believe, but election season is approaching for several local offices.

The primary election, held May 6, 2014, will narrow down the field for 13 county seats and eight school board positions, as well as federal and state offices.

One of those seats, Whitley County Sheriff, already has a candidate, Marcus Gatton.

Gatton, the current chief deputy at the Sheriff’s Department, has announced that he is running as a Republican candidate.

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