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November 6, 2013 2:39 PM

Brashear backs Toms for now in Warner Robins mayoral runoff

WARNER ROBINS -- Mike Brash-ear, who landed fifth in the Warner Robins mayoral race, said he will support Randy Toms in the Dec. 3 runoff against Joe Musselwhite.

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