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Johnny Magee announces Official Campaign Kickoff event

The following is a press release from the office of Johnny Magee:

The campaign to elect Johnny Magee Mayor of Laurel is excited to announce the OFFICIAL CAMPAIGN KICKOFF on March 19 - 5:30 p.m. at the Laurel Train Depot located at 230 N. Maple Street.

Enjoy some refreshments and hear Johnny share a few words of vision for our city and the campaign.

This is another occasion for the Laurel community to get to know Johnny on a more personal level, hear about his plan as mayor and learn about his 23+ years of service to our community.

This is also an opportunity to find out how you can serve as a volunteer on the campaign team, pick up some campaign promotional items and contribute to the campaign.

This information is also available of the official website, www.JohnnyMagee2013.com, as well as the official Facebook page, Elect Johnny Magee for Mayor of Laurel. The website is very user friendly and represents a significant step in what will be a successful campaign to the Mayor's Office for Johnny Magee.

This event is open to the public, ALL ARE INVITED TO COME

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