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Election Results | Macon County

Election Results | Macon County

 

Macon County Sheriff 
Democratic 
100 of 100 precincts reporting (100%)
Charles Cannon (i) 1,787 67% (winner)
Mickey Barfield 545 21% 
Matt Woodard 311 12%

Macon County Coroner 
Democratic 
100 of 100 precincts reporting (100%)
Brenda Oglesby 1,556 66% (winner)
Gary Hobbs 804 34%

Election Results | Dooly County

Election Results | Dooly County

Dooly County Court Clerk 
Democrats 
10 of 100 precincts reporting (10%)
Willie Mae Chaney 869 50%
Betty Colter 794 46% 
Lanier Roberts 74 4%

ELECTION DAY | Last Minute Voter Information

ELECTION DAY | Last Minute Voter Information

Tuesday marks Election Day.

Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.

When you go to vote, be sure to take your Georgia license, passport or military photo ID. You'll need to show that before voting.

If you need to doublecheck your polling location, enter your information and the database will show you where you're registered.

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Early Voting Starts Today

ATLANTA (AP) -- Voters can start casting early ballots Monday for the July 31 primary and transportation referendum. 
 
Secretary of State Brian Kemp said voting officials will be taking early ballots for the July 31 primary election. The election will also decide nonpartisan races and whether to approve a 1-cent hike in the sales tax to fund regional transportation projects. 
 
Lawmakers in the General Assembly, members of the U.S. House of Representatives, state utility regulators, prosecutors and judges are also up for election.

Contact your local board of elections for hours, polling places and a list of primary races in your county.

Voter Registration Deadline Approaching

The deadline to become eligible to vote is drawing near. Monday July 2 is the cutoff for people register to vote in July 31 general election, the August 21 election for Bibb County School Board and, of course, the November 6 presidential election.

Bibb County Board of Elections Supervisor Elaine Carr says there are several ways and places to register.

  • At the Board of Elections Office, which is open from 8:30 - 5:30 on Monday.
  • At City Hall
  • Any public library
  • Any state department office, such as the Division of Family and Children Services or DFCS.

You can also register online though the state board elections website. Just fill out the form and bring it to a local Board of Elections Office to become eligible.

What Are Your Questions on the Supreme Court's Healthcare Decision?

What Are Your Questions on the Supreme Court's Healthcare Decision?

The Supreme Court upheld the health care law today in a splintered, complex opinion that appears to give President Obama a major victory.

What questions remain in your mind regarding the Supreme Court's decision? 

We are working to explore how this affects you. 

Comment below in the Comment Section to share your thoughts.  

Macon County Candidates Qualify for July Primary

Macon County Candidates Qualify for July Primary

Election season officially began as qualifying ended Friday at noon.

Contested races will include the seat for Sheriff, Coroner, Probate Judge, Commissioner District 2, Commissioner District 4, 

All candidates who qualified are Democrat.

Sheriff