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The numbers for Republicans and Democrats compared to 2008 stayed fairly consistent.
And Republican newcomer Randy Scamihorn, a retired military officer turned educator, will take over in Northwest Cobb for Lynnda Eagle, who didn’t seek reelection after her first term.
In today's elections, residents will have two choices—incumbent Alison Bartlett and Brad Wheeler—for the newly defined Post 7.
In this year’s 15 early voting days, 83,800 cast ballots in person, 19,500 by mail, and 500 by e-ballot out of 415,300.
The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Halloween
Residents can choose between the 13th annual Fall Festival of Fun, trunk or treats, the Rocky Horror Show, and more.
Marty Galbraith, who was as an assistant special teams coach for the Tennessee Titans from 2005-11, resigned from the Cobb School District last week.
Alison Bartlett, along with a member of Georgia's PTA, debated Tuesday with State Rep. Ed Setzler (R-Acworth) over issues of school choice, regulation, accountability, funding and more.
Business, The Neighborhood Files, Patch's House & Home
Here are some area sales happening over the weekend, and if we missed yours, add it in the comments.
The latest health inspections include visits to Montessori at Brookstone and neighboring Kennesaw.
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