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July 28, 2006

Albany - Advanced voting kicks off Monday for the August 8th runoff election. Even if you didn't vote in the primary election July 18th, you can still vote in the runoff. But remember, if you voted then, you'll have to vote on the same ticket you originally voted on, either democrat or republican.

The winners will face their opponents in the November General election.

 

In addition to several statewide run-off elections, here are run-offs in the WALB vieweing area:

Ben Hill Comm. Dist 3 Post1 (Democrat)
Philip Jay III
Terry McDonald

Coffee Sheriff (Special election)
Joe White
Jerry Pope


Coffee Comm. Dist 5 (Democrat)
James Vickers
Charles Dean


Decatur Comm. Dist 6 (Democrat)
Gary Brinson
William Ross

Grady Comm Dist 2 (Democrat)
Charles Renaud
Benny Prince (i)

Lee Comm. Dist 1 (Democrat)
Willie Sneed
James Mays


Lowndes Comm. Dist 3 (Republican)
Lucious Moore
Billy E. Young

Sumter Comm. Dist 4 (Democrat)
Randy Howard
Matt Wright


Tift Comm. Dist 4 (Republican)
Sherry Miley
John Huggins (i)


Worth Comm. Dist 4 (Democrat)
Jerry Childree
Johnny Smoak

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