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Ben Johnson seeking another term as sheriff
VOLUSIA COUNTY - Ben Johnson was first elected Sheriff in 2000, and hopes voters will give him four more years at the job. "I started as a road deputy," he said. "I've worked all over the agency. I grew up in the agency." Mr. Johnson, a DeLand native, started working as a patrol officer at the Volusia Coun...
Career ad man seeks Deltona District 6 seat
DELTONA - George "Ron" Watral says he has two qualities his city sorely needs in its leaders: He's a seasoned advertising and marketing representative, and he's got concrete ideas for change - a lot of them. That's why the 71-year-old has thrown his hat into the ring this year for Deltona's crowded Dis...
Commercial fisherman seeks council seat
Ed Bidault Jr. is a commercial fisherman and a third-generation resident of New Smyrna Beach. He thinks it's important to be involved in your community, so he's one of three candidates running for the District 4 seat on the city commission. "My father was a firefighter for over 25 years in this town," Mr. Bidault ...
Ponce councilman runs for re-election
PONCE INLET - A councilman who's served just over one year in Town Hall will seek a full two-year term. Scott Meacham is running for Town Council Seat 2 in the Aug. 14 election. The North Carolina native, who will challenge Bill Milano for the seat, said he's running for re-election so he can continue his "c...
Ponce candidate wants improved communication
PONCE INLET - A Town Council candidate proposed a simple fix to the political divide in the community: better communication. Bill Milano, who's running for Town Council Seat 2 in the Aug. 14 election against incumbent Scott Meacham, said town leaders should improve communication with citizens to give them a ...

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