Aug. 9, 2011 05:52
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The first-term Republican has been in office for a little over two years after winning a special election in the spring of 2009 to fill the remainder of the term of his predecessor, Bruce Conque.

District 6 City-Parish Councilman Sam Doré announced in a fundraising letter this week that he intends to seek re-election. The first-term Republican has been in office for a little over two years after winning a special election in the spring of 2009 to fill the remainder of the term of his predecessor, Bruce Conque, who left public office to take a job at the Great Lafayette Chamber of Commerce.

To our knowledge, no one has expressed an intention to challenge Doré for the job.

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