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If the transportation tax doesn't pass, "it would be the worst thing ever happened to Atlanta," David Connell said.
Time is running out to be qualified to cast a ballot in the July 31 primaries.
Board of Education incumbent David Morgan and his two challengers, Bobby Allen and Karyn Harrison, agree that putting students first is key.
Four of the five Democratic District 4 contenders told 50-plus residents Wednesday why they deserve their vote in the July 31 primaries.
District 4 and Post 3 contenders will be at the Ron Anderson Recreation Center from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Local municipalities, chambers of commerce and even businesses are mobilizing to get voters to the polls in support of TSLOST on July 31. How to you feel about this effort?
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.
Elections, Local Connections
State offices featured were be House Districts 19, 66 and 67, and Senate District 31. Paulding County Commission candidates also spoke during the event.
The candidates, incumbents and issues that will be affecting Powder Springs and the rest of West Cobb in this year's elections.
David Staples, a libertarian, said that if elected, he will take a 10 percent pay cut and encourage trimming of the commission's budget.
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