Chapel seeks state NAACP presidency

Jefferson Citian challenges Ratliff’s 2-decade run


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Jefferson Citian Rod Chapel is attempting to become president of Missouri's NAACP.

Jefferson City lawyer Nimrod “Rod” Chapel Jr. wants to be the next president of Missouri’s NAACP. But current president Mary Ratliff of Columbia is running for another term in the office she’s held for two decades.

The voting is Sept. 24, during the group’s state convention in Columbia.

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