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A precinct-by-precinct breakdown of the presidential election, compared to other county, statewide and national results.
Alison Bartlett, a Democrat, was handily defeated by former teacher and school administrator Randy Wheeler in a GOP-friendly district in West Cobb.
Elections, Obituaries, Local Connections, Awareness
A graphic from the Atlanta Regional Commission shows that the further precincts were from the city, the less residents backed the transportation tax.
Other names appearing in 207 pages of write-ins from this week's elections include Ray Charles, Donald Trump and Kermit the Frog. No, really.
The preamble TSPLOST ballot question is being criticized for its possible bias. What do you think?
With primary elections almost a month away, incumbent Tim Lee's opponents continued their criticisms of 2011's hike in property taxes, as well as the proposed transportation tax.
The deadline is Monday for the Georgia presidential primary and the Sunday alcohol sales referendum.
A sparse 10 percent turnout expected on a rainy day for voting.
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