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February 5, 2008

Thomasville-- The crowds were steady at polls in Thomas County Tuesday.   Even before the polls opened, over 1,300 people had already cast votes. That's an early voting record for Thomas County.

Some voters say this Presidential Preference Primary is every bit as important as the election in November.   "We need to put the person in there that we want in there. Let them get up and run, even if they win or lose, give them the chance," says voter Cora House.

Around 150 people had voted by noon just at the Thomasville Resource Center precinct.

 

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