Many state, local seats up for election in 2008

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By The Staff

This is not just a year about electing a new president.

Local candidate races are already heating up, with the announcements that state Sen. Greg Gregory, R-District 16, and Sheriff Johnny Cauthen, a Democrat, won't be running for re-election.

Barry Faile, chief deputy at the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office, is the first local candidate to throw his hat in the ring. He announced Thursday, two days after Cauthen announced his retirement plans, that he would be running as a Democrat in the local sheriff's race.

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