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Lindauer talks primary loss

Coming up short in the Tuesday primaries, current Justice of the Peace Joyce Lindauer was disappointed at the results, yet steadfast about her future. Easily more competent that the field, she finished third and didn’t register enough votes to make the cut for a run-off. “Right or wrong, voters have the ability to elect a Justice of the Peace for whatever reason they choose,” she said on Friday. “In this race, it was clear that many voters chose the candidate that they knew, or who had a family member that they knew. For the majority of the voters qualifications were not important for this position.” Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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