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November 25, 2003

Valdosta - Voters headed back to the polls Tuesday for runoff elections.

John Eunice and Richard Stewart are vying for the City Council at large seat and Dexter Sharper and James Right are up for the District 1 position.

Board of Elections officials say they're disappointed with the low voter turnout. "We've had some precincts with one person come in and some with 20, so it's not looking too good right now but we're hoping it will pick up as the day goes on," said Deb Cox, Elections Supervisor.

The polls close at 7:00.

posted at 2:30 by ashley.harper@walb.com

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