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October 24, 2012

Videos: Candidates tell you why they want your vote

Live Oak — To the right are candidate videos. The candidates that chose to participate briefly stated why he or she wants your vote.

The videos to the right are in the following order:

Ted Yoho (Rep.) - candidate for representative in congress, District 3

J.R. Gaillot (Dem.) - candidate for representative in congress, District 3

Jeff Siegmeister (Rep.) - candidate for state attorney

Bill Brannon (Dem.) - candidate for state attorney

Tony Cameron (Dem., incumbent) - candidate for sheriff

Fred Martin (NPA) - candidate for sheriff

Lamar Jenkins (Dem., incumbent) - candidate for property appraiser

David Laxton (Rep.) - candidate for superintendent of schools

Jerry Scarborough (Dem., incumbent) - candidate for superintendent of schools

Jason Bashaw (Rep.) - candidate for county commission, District 1

Walter Starling (Dem.) - candidate for county commission, District 1

Paul Gamble (Dem.) - candidate for county commission, District 3

Kevin Williams (Dem.) - candidate for county commission, District 5

Catherine Cason - candidate for school board, District 2

Wes Douglas - candidate for circuit judge, Group 5

Angela Cancio - candidate for circuit judge, Group 5

Ricky Gamble Jr. - candidate for county commission, District 3 (This video was too large to place among the others. You must scroll down to view this video).

The following candidates were not able to be filmed, either because they chose not to or were unavailable:

All US senate candidates; Philip Dodds, candidate for representative in congress, District 3; Neal Wright (Rep.), property appraiser candidate; Jennifer Elizabeth Collins (NPA), county commission, District 3 candidate; Wesley Wainwright (Rep., incumbent), county commission, District 5 candidate and Muriel Owens (incumbent), school board, District 2 candidate.

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