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Close election races remain tight

November 26, 2013

The canvass of the Nov. 5 general election on Monday identified two winners in a pair of close races, but state law requires a recount just to make sure....

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Someguy80

Nov-26-13 3:03 PM

You have obviously never lived in a community that has governmental problems. Compared to other places I have lived, our little government here in Marietta actually seems to function pretty well. The majority of our elected officials seems to at least be able to talk to each other, which is not the case a lot of places. You're correct in saying that not everyone can be right, which kind of makes me laugh when I see the name its coming from, but thats secondary.

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IAMALWAYSRIGHT

Nov-26-13 1:21 PM

someguy, I would like to let you know that not everyone can be right. Believe me you are wrong. The citizen of Marietta are over the proverbial barrel with the bunch in there now. One thing that is good at least we have our own Jesse Jackson/Al Sharpton!!! Roger has never worked a day in his life and all he does is stir!!!

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Someguy80

Nov-26-13 10:12 AM

Too bad some of the city races were't closer. Ah, who am I kidding, we got off with a semi-decent council this go around. Any council without Grimm on it is at least a tolerable council.

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