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There are five locations that will be open this week for advance voting. Anyone can vote at any of the five locations.
Democrat Leigh Mcmutry and Republican Micah Gravley spoke to voters at Tuesday’s candidate meet-and-greet event put on by the Paulding Chamber of Commerce.
Four men are seeking the Republican nomination in a Nov. 6 special election, with the winner moving on to face Libertarian James Camp in January. All five men spoke at Tuesday’s meet-and-greet event put on by the Paulding Chamber of Commerce.
Democrat Kimberly Alexander and Republican Bob Snelling are vying to become the first representative of the newly created State House District 66. Both spoke to voters Tuesday at a candidate meet-and-greet event in Villa Rica.
Police & Fire, Elections
In case you missed it, these were some of the important stories of the week.
The “Defending Our Constitution” Rally will be held at Clinton Nature Preserve on Saturday, Oct. 27.
District 2 Douglas County Commissioner Kelly Robinson is recovering after collapsing at at board of commissioners meeting on Oct.15.
Not surprisingly, Republican respondents said Mitt Romney won and Democrats said Barack Obama won. But Democratic respondents were much stronger in their opinion.
Monday night was the final face-off for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney before the election. Who do you think won? And do you think it will affect the election?
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