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Belle Isle discusses election integrity, race for Secretary of State

By Newsroom

David Belle Isle, a Republican candidate for Secretary of State, has made election integrity this top priority is the race to unseat incumbent Brad Raffensparger. Belle Isle, who grew up in Hall County, was a guest on the Tuesday, Oct. 12 edition of WDUN's "Newsroom."
 

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