- Election 2013
Crews wins second term
Dalton City Council member Gary Crews cruised to re-election Tuesday, beating challenger J.K. Ware 1,218 (73.95 percent) to 428 (25.99 percent).
Laird takes Dalton school board seat
If you’ve been at a community event in the past few months, you’ve probably seen Steve Laird. From pancake cookouts to teen outreach programs, the Shaw Industries accountant was out making his name known to voters, vying for a spot on the Dalton Board of Education.
Hulsey to be Varnell’s next mayor
Varnell mayor-elect Anthony Hulsey said he plans to work hard to serve the people who put him in office when he assumes his new role in January.
Belgium immigrant wins Varnell City Council seat
If Jan Pourquoi isn’t the first naturalized United States citizen to hold office in Whitfield County, he is certainly among a very few.
Fowler, Manis elected to Cohutta council
Cohutta voters chose to fill two open seats on the Town Council with a familiar face and with a political newcomer.
Broadrick says jobs will be main issue
As a pharmacist and former small business owner, Dalton’s Bruce Broadrick says he knows just how much this area needs more jobs and greater economic growth. And he says his experience could help the area find those jobs.
Romney, Santorum share Super Tuesday momentum
Mitt Romney padded his delegate count on the biggest night of the GOP presidential primary season but Rick Santorum demonstrated enough strength to ensure that there’s more convulsion ahead as Republicans struggle to settle on a candidate to take on President Barack Obama.
Romney says Santorum trying to ’kidnap’ primary
With voting under way in Tuesday’s critical Michigan primary, Mitt Romney said he’s struggling with the conservative Republican voters backing rival Rick Santorum in the state because he’s unwilling to make the “incendiary” comments he said they want.
In Maine, Paul vies to extend Romney losing streak
Mitt Romney hoped to avoid a fourth straight election setback Saturday in the GOP presidential nomination race, but feisty Ron Paul could extend that losing streak with a victory in Maine’s caucuses.
Santorum, Paul campaign out West as Florida votes
Republicans Ron Paul and Rick Santorum ignored Florida’s primary and campaigned out west Tuesday, turning their attention to delegate-rich caucus states and vowing to remain in the presidential contest.
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