Officials approve Cosby’s ballot petition
by Michelle Babcock
August 01, 2014 12:05 AM | 3 3 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend
Independent candidate Carolyn Cosby will have her name on the Nov. 4 ballot to run against County Commission Chairman Buzz Ahrens, after Elections Office officials said she had 30 more signatures than needed to gain access. The Board of Elections voted unanimously to put Cosby’s name on the ballot during a specially called meeting Thursday afternoon, after officials said her petition had 6,012 valid signatures, just 30 more than the min...
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