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Election and political notes

Beaufort Republican Women’s Club to meet

Come hear Beaufort County Sheriff PJ Tanner speak about immigration and concerns about the influx of 350 illegal child immigrants now in South Carolina. The luncheon and program are being sponsored by the Beaufort Republican Women’s Club on Thursday, September 4, at The Holiday Inn’s Albergotti Grill, 2225 Boundary St., and will begin at 11:30 a.m., with the cost of the luncheon being $20. Reservations are required. Contact Laura Fanelli at 860-543-0799 or laurafanelli@mac.com or visit www.beaufortrepublicanwomensc.com.

County to hold new poll manager training

The Beaufort County Board of Elections and Registration will be conducting training sessions for new poll managers. All persons interested in working the polls for the first time may enroll in the one session north of the Broad on Monday, September 15: 6 to 10 p.m., Disabilities and Special Needs building, 100 Clear Water Way, Beaufort.

The sessions will last approximately four hours each. It is also recommended that you bring a snack to eat/drink. To register for the training, please call 843-255-6900 or 255-6902; or send an email to include the preferred date of the training you wish to attend and a phone number where you can be reached at to voter@bcgov.net.

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