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February 26, 2014 8:51 PM

Merced County Deputy Sheriff’s Association announces endorsement; another candidate pulls out of race

A candidate running for Merced County Sheriff received a hefty endorsement Wednesday, which he said lit a new spark in his quest to become the county’s next sheriff. Meanwhile, another candidate for Merced County Sheriff announced he is pulling out of the race.

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