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Matthews to be sheriff for four more years
Runoff appears necessary for GOP KCC Chair nomination
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(This story is now updated with results for school board seat Nos. 2 and 8.) Sheriff Jim Matthews will continue to be Kershaw County's sheriff for the next four years after defeating challenger David Thomley in today's Republican primary. There are no Democratic contenders for the office, meaning voters reelected Matthews as sheriff with today's ballots.