Voters won’t see the word “incumbent” on their ballots in the State House District 66 race. That’s because the two candidates in the race are vying to become the newly created district’s first-ever representative.
Both candidates—Democrat Kimberly Alexander and Republican Bob Snelling—were among the legislative hopefuls who spoke to voters at Tuesday’s candidate meet-and-greet event held at The Frog Clubhouse of the Georgian. The event was put on by the Paulding County Chamber of Commerce.
See what both State House candidates had to say to attendees in the attached video clips.
The meet-and-greet also featured candidates from State House District 67 and State Senate District 30.
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