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Brown, two challengers, vie for sheriff's office

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By Tom Wilmoth

The Bedford County Sheriff's race has proven to be the hottest of the locally challenged races in the county this year.

Bedford County Sheriff Michael J. Brown, who first took office in 1996, is being challenged by Darryl A. Updike and Charles D. Green for that constitutional office.

Brown is running as a Republican and Updike and Green are running as independents.

Sheriff Michael J. Brown

Sheriff Mike Brown is seeking a fourth term in office as Bedford County Sheriff.


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