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Police & Fire, Elections
In case you missed them, these were some of the important stories of the week.
Early voting starts today in the State Senate District 30 Race, between Libertarian candidate James Camp and Republican candidate Mike Dugan, in a Jan. 8 special election.
Package and convenient stores in Douglasville will be able to sell alcohol on Sunday, Nov. 25, thanks to an overwhelming show of support at the polls Tuesday.
Democrat Kimberly Alexander will represent the newly-created Georgia House District 66, edging her Republican opponent Bob Snelling by 1,066 votes.
Douglas County Elections Supervisor Laurie Fulton said 45 percent of the county's active voters have already voted. That number is down from four years ago when 54 percent early voted.
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On election day, all voters must vote at their assigned polling place and polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The two candidates running for Douglas County Sheriff introduced themselves during a political forum hosted by the Junior League of Douglas County and the National Coalition of 100 Black Women on Tuesday night at the Downtown Conference Center.
Douglas County residents have until 5 p.m. today to vote in person ahead of election-day voting on Nov. 6.
The case for and against Sunday alcohol sales was made during a political forum hosted by the Junior League of Douglas County and the National Coalition of 100 Black Women on Tuesday night at the Downtown Conference Center.
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