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What's on the ballot, where to vote in Marietta, Cobb election night watch parties, contested races in Cobb, the charter school amendment and the presidential race—here's what you need to know before heading to the polls Nov. 6.
One week remains to become eligible to vote in the November election.
Police & Fire, Elections
Authorities suspect that a 14-year-old boy allegedly made "extremely dangerous" explosive devices; a Kennesaw man went missing in the North Georgia mountains—take a look at headlines from around Marietta and Atlanta.
With the TSPLOST vote over, opponents and proponents of the sales tax agree on one thing—we must look ahead for new alternatives.
Andy Morris held the Marietta City Council Ward 4 seat from 2002 to 2005.
Brett C. Bittner came out victorious in Tuesday's election for the vacant Marietta School Board Ward 1 post, which was previously held by Logan Weber.
Here's everything you need to know about elections in Marietta today. Take a look at the ballot, where and when you can vote, and what you need.
Voters at the J.J. Daniell Middle School precinct are being moved to a new location for the July 31 primary and August 21 runoff elections.
Find out what Cobb Chairman candidate Bill Byrne has to say about the most pressing issues in Cobb County.
Advance voting is available now through Friday, July 27, in Marietta, Mableton, Kennesaw and Powder Springs.
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