Qualifying comes to a close
Qualifying for the May 20 general primaries closed on a slow note Friday, with only a handful of candidates qualifying for local offices.
Qualifying for the May 20 primaries continued on Thursday.
Several more candidates qualify for primaries
Qualifying for the May 20 primaries continued on Wednesday.
Qualifying slows on second day
Qualifying for the May 20 primaries got off to a busy start on Monday, but slowed down on Tuesday.
Nicky Starling to run for county commission
A local pastor plans to run for the District 1 seat on the Whitfield County Board of Commissioners.
Local state delegation to run for re-election
State Sen. Charlie Bethel, R-Dalton, and state Reps. Bruce Broadrick, R-Dalton, and Tom Dickson, R-Cohutta, announce they will each seek re-election to the Georgia General Assembly.
Qualifying is next week for May 20 primaries
Qualifying for the May 20 general primaries starts Monday. This year, most of the action will be at the top of the ticket, with one U.S. Senate seat and all statewide offices contested. But there are also a few local races on the ballot in Whitfield and Murray counties.
Crossen plans to seek commission seat
A former longtime director of the Whitfield County Recreation Department plans to run for the District 3 seat on the Whitfield County Board of Commissioners.
Pennington says he expected Deal to outspend him
Dalton Mayor David Pennington says he’s neither surprised nor worried that Gov. Nathan Deal has raised more money so far than him.
Candidate profiles: House District 2: Florence
Neal Florence believes his 34 years as a business owner and 23 years as LaFayette’s mayor will help him make the right decisions while setting the state budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1 if he’s elected to the state House of Representatives.
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