Despite Jeff Strickland's support from Steve Cronic, it will be Gerald Couch who succeeds Cronic as Hall County sheriff on Jan. 1.
Some 20,000 voters cast ballots Tuesday in Hall County for a Republican primary runoff that included five races not decided July 31.
Former Hall County Sheriff Dick Mecum soundly beat incumbent Tom Oliver in Tuesday night's Republican primary runoff for chairman of the Hall County Board of Commissioners.
A busy local election season is mostly wrapping up today as voters cast ballots to fill the five seats that had no definitive winner in the July 31 general primary.
If early voting numbers are any indication, Tuesday might not be your typical runoff election in Hall County.
The endorsement battle in the 9th District U.S. House race isn't over, even with the Republican runoff just two days away.
Among the decisions Hall County voters have left to make Tuesday is to pick a new arbiter for some of their most personal business.
A former Hall County sheriff is trying to return to public service and an eight-year incumbent is trying to preserve his job as chairman of the Hall County Board of Commissioners.
As Tuesday's primary runoff draws closer, more than 3,000 voters already have made their choice.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said he doesn't care what Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's tax returns look like.
U.S. House candidates Doug Collins and Martha Zoller exchanged ideas on key issues and debated who was the true "establishment" candidate during a televised forum Thursday night.
Former Arkansas Gov. and Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee will travel to Gainesville today, joining Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal in an effort to raise money for their party's presidential nominee.
The two men seeking to succeed Hall County Sheriff Steve Cronic have some 58 combined years of experience in law enforcement.
A certified public accountant and a developer are making their final pitches this week to voters as they campaign for Hall County tax commissioner.
Two siblings involved in a dispute over their mother's estate have filed a complaint with the state Bar of Georgia against Brook Davidson, the attorney who represented their mother.