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January 30--  The Toombs County Commission has set qualifying fees for local candidates who want to run in the 2014 elections.

Two county commission seats are up for election.  They are in District One now represented by Roy Lee Williams and District Four represented by Jeff McCormick.  The qualifying fee for county commission is $180.  Commissioners make an annual salary of $6,000.

There are four Toombs County Board of Education seats to be filled.  They include the chairman's job currently held by Daniel Caraway, District One represented by Russ Benton, District Three by Rahn Milligan and District Five by John Holland.  The qualifing fee is $72.  School board members are paid $2,400 per year.

Qualifying with the Toombs County Election Supervisor Opens March 3 and closes at noon on March 7.