In the early morning hours Wednesday, the Secretary of State gave elections officials in Chatham County the green light to scan uncounted ballots from a machine used in early in person voting at the Registrars Office.
TSPLOST is a 10 year vote, so the last time folks in Toombs County had this on their ballot was in 2012. People at the chamber say in 2012 it passed only by a small margin, so they hope to have a greater turnout this time around.
Governor Brian Kemp and former Senator David Perdue are not the only candidates in the race for Georgia’s Republican primary for Governor. The other candidates didn’t meet our polling threshold to be included in the debate but we did extend an invitation to interview each of them. Kandiss Taylor was the only candidate to accept our offer.