The Carrollton Republican in his third election in three months defeated Libertarian James Camp to earn the state senate seat.
Mike Dugan, a 20-year Army veteran and local building contractor from Carrollton, will soon be able to add state senator to his résumé. With all precincts reporting, Dugan posted a strong victory against Libertarian James Camp in a special election to determine the next state senator for District 30. Voters in parts of three counties—Paulding, Douglas and Carroll—were able to cast ballots. In Paulding, Dugan took 80.3 percent of the vote by earning 233 votes to Camp’s 57; voters from all four Paulding precincts favored the Republican candidate. The county saw 291 ballots cast out of 24,586 registered voters— a turnout of 1.18 percent. Douglas also was decidedly in Dugan’s corner. Results from the Secretary of State’s office showed that …
Advance voting for the State Senate District 30 Republican Run-off for Douglas County voters will be held Tuesday through Friday, Nov. 27 to 30, in the Voter Registration Office, first floor, of the Douglas County Courthouse.
Monday, November 19, 2012
Advance voting for the State Senate District 30 Republican Runoff for Douglas County voters will be held Tuesday through Friday, Nov. 27 to 30, in the Voter Registration Office, first floor, of the Douglas County Courthouse. The Republican run-off for the nomination is between Bill Hembree and Mike Dugan. The following Douglas County precincts are in State Senate District 30. Therefore, only voters in the following precincts are eligible to vote in the run-off election. The run-off election will be held Tuesday, Dec. 4, and all applicable precincts will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voters who were registered by Oct. 9 are eligible to vote in the runoff, even if they did not vote in the primary on Nov. 6. Related Douglasville Patch …