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Stephens County to use new, more secure ballot boxes for upcoming election

    Stephens County to use new, more secure ballot boxes for upcoming election

When Stephens County voters start going to the polls next week, they will deposit their ballots into new computerized ballot boxes that the county purchased to ensure that the election process is secure.

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Voter registration deadline set for Oct. 5; new laws affect Early Voting, Ballot by Mail

    Voter registration deadline set for Oct. 5; new laws affect Early Voting, Ballot by Mail

As Election Day approaches, Stephens County Elections Administrator Christie Latham has announced some upcoming dates and deadlines that may be of interest to local citizens.

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Experts: No legal issues with upcoming Stephens County sheriff’s race

    Experts: No legal issues with upcoming Stephens County sheriff’s race

Although the Stephens County Attorney has submitted an opinion request from the Texas Attorney General regarding the upcoming sheriff’s race, none of the legal experts in the Breckenridge Texan’s investigation say there is a problem.

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Fambro, Ezell face runoff for County Commissioner Republican nomination

    Fambro, Ezell face runoff for County Commissioner Republican nomination

When the final votes in the 2020 Primary Election were counted this evening, no one candidate had more than 50 percent of the votes in the race for the Republican

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Polls open for 2020 Primary Election; local numbers down in early voting

  Polls open for 2020 Primary Election; local numbers down in early voting

Today, Tuesday, March 3, is Primary Election Day for the citizens of Stephens County, as well as for the entire

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Campaign signs on courthouse lawn stir up controversy

  Campaign signs on courthouse lawn stir up controversy

Update: As of Sunday, Feb. 23, all of the campaign signs on the courthouse lawns in Stephens and Shackelford counties

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Local Republican Party to host forum for House District 60 candidates

  Local Republican Party to host forum for House District 60 candidates

The Stephens County Republican Party will sponsor a candidate forum on Tuesday, Feb. 11, for those running for the office

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County Commissioner Ed Russell will not seek re-election; homecoming bon fire canceled due to burn ban

  County Commissioner Ed Russell will not seek re-election; homecoming bon fire canceled due to burn ban

Precinct 1 County Commissioner Ed Russell announced on Monday that he will not be seeking reelection for a third term

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