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Cook, Holiway first to file

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By The Staff

The first candidates seeking public office in the 2014 elections turned in their qualifying petitions Friday.

Daryl Cook, a Roane County sheriff’s deputy and longtime area lawman, officially tossed his hat into the ring for Roane County Commission.

Cook is seeking one of three seats open for District 2. Four other hopefuls have picked up petitions but hadn’t returned them as of 4 p.m. Friday.

Also making her candidacy official is 12th District Republican Executive Committeewoman Liz Holiway, who is seeking to retain her post in the Aug. 7 election.


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