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Kelvin Williams The Image of a Fairy Tale Sheriff and his Magic Wand

Kelvin Williams election campaign is running on fairy tales; imaginary facts; magic wands; and on empty. The direction isn’t into the 21st century, it’s based on hopes of another four years of on-the-job training, but is quickly turning into a one-term sheriff, and not soon enough. 574 more words

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Bolivar County Campaigning

There have been rumors that Bolivar County Sheriff Deputies have been using patrol vehicles to hold Kelvin Williams campaign signs inside the trunks, and delivering them to various addresses. 637 more words

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Bolivar County Clerk Refuses To Release Financials

It has been two months now since I requested the financial records of all the Bolivar County Sheriff candidates for their elections.  Under the freedom of information act (FOIA) the county clerk is required to produce these records and release them to the public according to the Mississippi Secretary of State.   440 more words

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Bolivar County Sheriff Race

To the dissatisfaction of a great many and those who accepted a free BBQ, the race has come down to two candidates vying for the position of Sheriff of Bolivar County. 437 more words

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What Is Best For Bolivar County?

After the last election cycle we have two people left running for Sheriff.  We have Sheriff Mack Grimmett the current Sheriff of Bolivar County and Kelvin Williams, a school security officer working for the Cleveland Police Department as SRO and DARE. 304 more words

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Bolivar County Sheriff Election Results

The results are in and to my disappointment, too.  It never ceases to amaze me how so many people would sell their vote and attempt to put into office someone who is unqualified to have the position.   270 more words

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The Time Has Come To Choose A New Sheriff

After the last six months of conducting background checks on all candidates through public information requests and including speaking with some who would actually talk with me, it has become apparent that we now have a candidate who will be able to lead the Bolivar County Sheriff’s Office.   468 more words

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