Advance voting continues for July 31 primary

In-person advance voting for the July 31 general primary and nonpartisan election continues through July 27 at the Board of Elections main office, 530 Greene St. Room 104, while Advance Voting Week is July 23-27 at the main office, Henry Brigham Recreation Center and Warren Road Recreation Center.

Early voting by mail for any reason continues through July 27, and voters can request one of the three ballots – Republican, Democratic or nonpartisan – by mail or fax from the elections office.

All three ballots include a referendum on the new 1 percent sales tax for transportation. If an Aug. 21 runoff becomes necessary, voters cannot switch parties between the July 31 election and the runoff.

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Truthbetold74
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Truthbetold74 07/12/12 - 07:45 pm
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Does anybody else find it
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Does anybody else find it weird that, according to his Campaign Expenditure Forms on ethics.ga.gov, Scott Peebles has paid 45% (Over $40,000) to a business owned and operated by his campaign manager? This same person just so happens to be the rumored next Chief Deputy if he wins the election. Plus if you look at the website for Executive Management Services they have absolutely nothing to do this type of stuff.
See ethics.ga.gov
3/27 $ 3,530.60
5/23 $ 8,380.14
6/3 $10,555.16
6/12 $ 6,822.96
6/29 $10,765.77

Pay me $10,000 a month and I’ll stand up to tell everybody how great you are too

Wievil
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Wievil 07/16/12 - 11:29 am
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Vote NO on TSPLOST, Vote NO on Breckmans Realignment Project

If the Augusta National wants better access to their parking lot, let them come up with the funding instead of putting a tax burden on the residents. We live here the other 51 weeks of the year and a change to Breckmans Road only benefits The National while the current plan put forward only convinces me that it is designed to force the holdouts out.

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