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Big Spring Mayor Tommy Duncan Will Not Seek Re-Election

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NewsWest 9/KBYG/Mike Henry 

BIG SPRING - Big Spring Mayor Tommy Duncan announced Tuesday that he will not seek re-election to a 2nd term as mayor.

In 2010 Duncan defeated long time Mayor Russ McEwen and two other challengers.  

Duncan says he will finish his term in May and thanked  citizens for their support during his three years in office.

Duncan became the 2nd politician to announce he would not run for re-election.

Craig Olson, also elected in 2010, previously announced he would not seek a 2nd term as District 5 City Councilman. 

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