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Posted: Thursday, February 27, 2014 3:00 pm

Canyon County — A familiar face will be running for office in a different place as former Nampa mayor Tom Dale has announced his candidacy to run for Canyon County Commissioner in District 2. The seat is currently held by Commissioner Kathy Alder.

Dale, who was Nampa mayor for 12 years, will be addressing several important issues this election season, including the Canyon County Jail and the Canyon County Fair.

“Working within city government for 18 years has provided me with the skill set, talent, and experience to make a very positive difference for Canyon County,” Dale said.

Read more about Dale's candidacy announcement in tomorrow's Idaho Press-Tribune.

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