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Bowen to end 41-year run as Saratoga County sheriff

Saratoga County Sheriff James Bowen, left, and District Attorney James Murphy stand with each other at the Holiday Inn after both were easily returned to their respective offices on Election Night in 2010.  (Gazette file photo)
Saratoga County Sheriff James Bowen, left, and District Attorney James Murphy stand with each other at the Holiday Inn after both were easily returned to their respective offices on Election Night in 2010. (Gazette file photo)
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The longest-serving sheriff in New York state won’t be seeking re-election in the fall. Saratoga County Sheriff James D. Bowen said Wednesday he won’t seek another term this fall, capping 41 years as the top law enforcement officer in one of the state’s fastest-growing counties. Bowen, 75, has been with the Sheriff’s Department for 48 years. The Republican has been elected 11 times, and would have been seeking a 12th term this fall. “I made ...


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