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Four candidates for four seats

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By John Barnhart

Bedford will hold elections for City Council in November. City Council elections are at-large elections and there are four candidates running for four seats.

Skip Tharp

Bedford Mayor Skip Tharp has been on City Council since 1992. He's a Bedford native and 1965 Liberty High School graduate who runs a family owned business. Tharp said that he ran for council, and routinely seeks reelection, because serving there gives him the chance to get things done, to make things happen. Local government, he said, is what has the most direct affect on people.


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