Before I do anything, let me offer a big "mea culpa" for two things I reported earlier this week.
In his first three months in the race to be the next sheriff of Hall County, Gerald Couch garnered more financial support than any of his six opponents.
Attorney Brook Davidson has announced a campaign for judge of Hall County Probate Court. Davidson, who has lived most of her life in Hall County, is an associate attorney with the law firm Andrew, Merritt, Reilly & Smith LLP, where she has worked since March 2004. The firm specializes in probate law. "My professional and personal life experiences have especially qualified me for this office," Davidson said in a news release. "I've specialized in probate ...
Patty Walters Laine, a probate and real estate attorney, has announced her campaign for probate court judge.
Kenneth M. Russell, vice president of the South Hall Republican Club, recently announced his candidacy to represent the new state House District 103.
Early voting begins today in the April 3 runoff for the Flowery Branch City Council Post 3 race.
The race for Hall County sheriff has one fewer candidate. Chad Cobb, who announced in July that he planned to seek the position, announced his withdrawal Sunday. "When I made this decision (to run)," Cobb wrote in a news release, "I promised my family and friends that if the right person entered the race I would back out of the running and give them my endorsement and full support in the upcoming election." Cobb wrote ...
Everybody knew Newt Gingrich won Georgia before the votes were counted. The Associated Press called a Georgia victory for the former House speaker at nearly the same time polls closed Tuesday. It was a desperately needed win in his former home state as he looks to make another comeback in the GOP presidential race. Doug Aiken, treasurer of the local GOP, voted for Gingrich, but even with a win in Georgia, Aiken wasn't convinced Tuesday ...
Hall County voters approved two measures to repeal Sunday alcohol sales bans in unincorporated parts of the county on Tuesday.
FLOWERY BRANCH - A runoff is set for April 3 between the top two vote-getters in Flowery Branch City Council's special election Tuesday night to fill the Post 3 seat.