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After 20 years as mayor of O'Fallon, Illinois, Mayor Gary Graham announced Tuesday he would not be seeking re-election. His term expires in April 2017. Jamie Forsythe jforsythe1@bnd.com
After 20 years as mayor of O'Fallon, Illinois, Mayor Gary Graham announced Tuesday he would not be seeking re-election. His term expires in April 2017. Jamie Forsythe jforsythe1@bnd.com

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