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Three New Candidates Step up For Salisbury City Council

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SALISBURY, Md. - Another potential candidate has placed their name in the hat for the upcoming elections in Salisbury.

Jack Heath, CEO of Lower Shore Enterprises announced his bid for the District two seat on the city council Thursday. Also a former volunteer firefighter, Heath says his vision is to improve the city's quality of life, which will make people want to live and work in Salisbury.

"First to provide employment, educational and recreational opportunities for families and people of all ages," said Heath.

Heath also mentioned his interest in creating a vibrant downtown area, and a government that adopts ideas to move the city forward.

Heath isn't the only one looking for change within the Salisbury City council. Jake Day and April Jackson have also filed to unseat current members.

We also know Debbie Campbell and Shanie Shields are running for re-election. As for the mayoral race, Blogger Joe Albero is running against incumbent Mayor Jim Ireton.

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