Hall County Commissioner Scott Gibbs announced Thursday night he will seek re-election to his District 3 post.
David Vogel, a Madison County Democrat, announced his plans Saturday to run for the 9th District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Dr. Traci Lawson McBride, a retired Hall County educator, has become the third candidate to enter the race for Post 2 on the Hall County Board of Education.
Hall County Board of Education Post 2 member Brian Sloan announced Thursday his intention to run again for the position.
South Hall businessman and Republican Mark Pettitt announced Wednesday he plans to seek the Post 2 seat on the Hall County Board of Education, currently held by Brian Sloan.
South Hall businessman Ken Cochran announced Tuesday he plans to seek the District 1 post on the Hall County Board of Commissioners currently held by Craig Lutz.
The votes were cast last week, and Gainesville residents soon will see one new face on their City Council and a familiar face in a slightly new role.
Danny Dunagan won the race for Gainesville's first elected mayor in Tuesday's municipal election.
There's an election today, but judging by past history and low early voting turnout, there may be a lot of people who don't know about it.
Former Gainesville Mayor Danny Dunagan Jr. has raised about $22,500 in campaign contributions, more than doubling the amount raised by any of his three competitors in his quest for the new mayoral position.
Gainesville's Latino population and its concerns were the focus of a mayoral forum Wednesday night at the Gainesville Civic Center.
Clermont is a small town experiencing tremendous growth, but residents aren't sure how they feel about that.
Flowery Branch voters will be busier than most this fall: Two City Council seats and the mayor's post are being contested in the Nov. 5 municipal elections.
Clermont candidates for City Council answered residents' questions Tuesday night at the newly renovated Clermont Chattahoochee Center ahead of the November election.
Aside from any major issues to confront, the new Gainesville mayor also will be in something of a political fish bowl.