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BoE incumbent Dr. Todd challenged by Cave

The time has come for Fayette County voters to have their say on who wins the the Post 4 seat on the Fayette County Board of Education in the July 20 primary. Voters will make their choice between incumbent BOE member Dr. Bob Todd and challenger Charlie Cave, both Republicans.

Cave is a first-time candidate who, according to information he provided, has worked with Delta Airlines and in the local banking industry and serves with various civic and non-profit organizations.

Cave has consistently declined to be interviewed in his run for the school board seat.

Todd is in his second term on the school board, having served a first term in the late 1990s.

In Fayette and other systems, Todd in previous years served in positions from classroom teacher to central office administrator.

Also on the primary ballot for the Post 5 school board seat, though not in a contested race until November, will be Democratic candidate Laura Burgess and Republican candidate Sam Tolbert.

Advance voting continues this week in Peachtree City, Fayetteville and Tyrone.



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