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Ballot will boast familiar names
General Election includes several uncontested races
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Editor’s note: This is the last in a series of surveys answered by candidates in the November general election.

Bryan County voters will see some familiar names for several uncontested local and state races when they cast a ballot in the November general election.
Candidates for the Bryan County Board of Commissioners include incumbent Jimmy Burnsed for chairman and Steve Myers for District 3, which is being vacated by Glen Willard.
Bryan County Board of Education candidates include incumbent Amy Murphy for District 3, incumbent Dennis Seger for District 2 and former District 4 representative Joe Pecenka, who is now running for vice chairman.
Voters will also see candidates for the county’s constitutional officer positions: Carrol Ann Coleman for tax commissioner, incumbent Rebecca “Becky” Crowe for clerk of court, incumbent Sam Davis for probate judge and incumbent Clyde Smith for sheriff.
State Sen. Buddy Carter, R-Pooler, and Rep. Ben Watson, R-Savannah, also appear unopposed on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Early voting continues from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Friday at the Voter Registration Office in Pembroke and the County Administrative Complex in Richmond Hill.
For more information about voting, or to see a sample ballot, call the Voter Registration Office at 653-3859 or visit the “My Voter Page” at
Probate Judge and Elections Superintendent Sam Davis did not respond to the Bryan County News’ survey questionnaire.

See the candidate surveys in the Oct. 31 edition of the News.

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