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Marilyn John Running For Richland County Commissioner

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 10/7/2013

She's in it to win it. Shelby Mayor Marilyn John on Monday announced her candidacy for Richland County Commissioner at a press conference held in Shelby's Central Park Bandstand. Elected Shelby Mayor in 2009 and re-elected in 2011, John says she's excited about the prospects of using her experience the past four years to go to the next level of government. State Representative Mark Romanchuk also was on hand to throw his endorsement as county commissioner to John. Mansfield Mayor Tim Theaker and Bellville Mayor Darrell Banks were on hand to lend their support, along with other elected officials. Mayor John and her husband, Kevin, are the parents of two children who attend Shelby City Schools.

   
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