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Sue Everhart's comments this week elicited widespread response, including TV satirist Stephen Colbert.
Cobb voters approved Tuesday's referendum to continue sales tax collections through 2018.
Tuesday's referendum is expected to be close as the sales tax extension gets a key endorsement.
The additional locations will be open from Monday through Friday for the Cobb Education sales tax referendum.
The United 4 Kids Campaign also will produce commercials leading up to the March 19 education sales tax referendum.
The Cobb Taxpayers Association is organizing Sunday's event at the Marietta Square.
Cobb commissioner JoAnn Birrell explained the ordinance change to area residents.
In-person balloting on the Cobb school sales tax referendum is available at the main office; satellite voting starts March 11.
The Cobb Board of Education approved a resolution Wednesday, but heard a strong dose of anti-tax sentiment.
Everything you need to know to prepare to vote on Tuesday.
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