Voters may avoid monster lines by not casting general-election ballots on Nov. 6, but early voting doesn't necessarily mean breezing in and out of the elections office.
Over the next several weeks, voters in Northeast Georgia will cast their choice for their local and national leaders.
Area residents who don't have a precinct to call home have until Tuesday to register to vote in the Nov. 6 presidential election.
John Lee Givogre admits he's an atypical teen as he kneels beside a plastic foldup table in his high school's lobby.
Jody Cooley is a little nervous. He admits as much Friday as his wife, Lora, rushes around a pavilion in Gainesville's Longwood Park, tying balloons, adjusting a microphone, positioning signs - putting the final touches on what will, in minutes, be the official start to a challenge Democrats in Northeast Georgia have not mounted since 2008. Cooley is running for Congress. Days after a contentious runoff election for the Republican nomination, the choice for Northeast ...
Doug Collins was never the presumed winner of the Republican runoff election for the U.S. House 9th District seat.
Republican voters in Northeast Georgia chose a former state representative to represent their party in the November election for Georgia's newest U.S. House seat.
Certified public accountant Darla Eden defeated developer Kent Henderson in Tuesday night's Republican primary runoff for Hall County tax commissioner.
Patty Walters Laine defeated Brook Davidson in Tuesday night's Republican primary runoff for Hall County probate judge.
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.