One calls herself a "firebrand." Another repeats that he's the only "consistent conservative." And the third rarely sits down without mentioning the U.S. Constitution.
One candidate's political accomplishment is another's example of excessive government.
The two men running for post 3 on the Hall County Schools Board of Education say the biggest issues for the board are overcoming a shrinking budget and a rising student body.
Southside Gainesville residents took to the pews of St. John Baptist Church on Tuesday night to hear a different kind of message.
Two candidates who see the economy as a top concern for Georgia are making their last pitches this week to potential constituents in what is the newly redrawn state House District 103 seat.
In the race to be the newest member of Georgia's congressional delegation from Northeast Georgia two candidates who see themselves as the other's chief rival might be their own worst enemies.
No or some experience. Loads of experience. Each resume is different, but each of the five candidates say they have what it takes to become Hall County's next sheriff.
The "Ethics Express" made a stop in Gainesville on Tuesday afternoon, hoping to unload its informational cargo on local voters.
Some Hall County residents came out to perform their civic duty Saturday in early voting at the Hall County Board of Elections and Voter Registration office.
The five Republican candidates seeking to be Hall County's next sheriff have differing ideas on how to improve employee morale at the agency.
With two weeks left until election day, candidates seeking to represent Northeast Georgia in the U.S. House of Representatives are spending more than ever in the hopes that the investment will bring voters in return.
Hall County Board of Commissioners Chairman Tom Oliver posted his first contributions of his re-election campaign last quarter, raising $12,600.
Charlotee Sosebee has been working elections for over two decades. Hall County's elections director has seen the changes in the voting system that attempt to make the process easier for voters. In 2002, Georgia passed the Help America Vote Act, aimed at addressing some of the issues with the voting system in the state. Some of the issues identified almost a decade ago were outdated voting equipment, ballot problems, long lines and unreliable technology. To ...
When campaigning against an incumbent, challengers seek to highlight their differences in the hopes of convincing voters they can do a better job.
After 20 years as a Democratic stronghold in an otherwise Republican county, Hall County's District 4 is turning red.