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In 2020, that will include 6th District Congress, 43rd District State House, Cobb Commission Chairman and Cobb Commission District 2.
- Georgia absentee ballot mailings to start April 21
- Cobb precinct changes approved over Democratic objections
- Proposed Cobb precinct changes would move away from schools
- Georgia GOP submits only Trump’s name for 2020 primary ballot
Candidates & Campaigns
- Georgia primaries pushed back from May 19 to June 9
- Georgia presidential primary delayed over Coronavirus
- Candidates who’ve qualified for the May 19 general primary
- Cobb school board candidate withdraws; may sue district
- Qualifying, early presidential primary voting is first week in March
- Town hall for Cobb elections and voting information
- McBath endorses Bloomberg’s presidential campaign
- Cobb assistant DA announces run for Cobb Superior Court judge
- Lassiter PTSA president seeks Cobb school board post
- Cobb Development Authority member running for Cobb Commission District 2
- GOP candidates announce for Cobb Commission District 2; 6th Congress
- Democratic candidate announces for Cobb School Board Post 5
- Ott releases prepared statement announcing retirement
- Ott won’t seek fourth term on Cobb Board of Commissioners
- East Cobb Cityhood bill sponsor draws Democratic opponent
- Delta pilot joins GOP primary field for Cobb School Board Post 5
- Critic of Cobb schools on bullying issues running for school board
- Ga. Democratic women’s PAC endorses East Cobb candidates
- Isakson endorses Handel as another GOP candidate bows out
- 6th Congressional GOP candidate Brandon Beach quits race
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