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June 29, 2010 12:00 AM

Ex-Dodge sheriff gets 18 months for voter-fraud

DUBLIN — In 2004, just two years after a handful of Dodge County officials — including a former sheriff — were sentenced to prison in the largest voter-fraud prosecution in U.S. history, Lawton Douglas was locked in a runoff election for the Dodge sheriff’s job.

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