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November 14, 2004

Albany- Voters can cast ballots for the November 23rd run-off as early as Monday.

Statewide voters will chose between Debra Bernes and Howard Mead for the Georgia court of appeals.

Voters will also cast ballots in several South Georgia run-off elections. In Nashville, Bill Turner and Jerry Lipsey will compete for commission post three.

David Waller, Sr. and Bill Love will be on the ballot for the Valdosta School Board district six seat.

There will also be a run-off in the race for Sumter County Sheriff between Pete Smith and James Driver, Jr.

All registered voters can take advantage of advanced voting which begins Monday and runs through Friday, November 19th.

Posted at 4:30 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com

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