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Grady County voters have two very important choices to make in the upcoming Nov. 30 general election run-off election.
Only two races will appear on the local ballot, but they are for statewide, nonpartisan elections.
Incumbent Justice David Nahmias is being challenged by Tammy Lynn Adkins for a seat on the Georgia Supreme Court.
The other race on the run-off ballot is for judgeship on the Court of Appeals of Georgia between Antoinette “Toni” Davis and Chris McFadden.
Elections Superintendent Sadie Voyles says early voting in the run-off has not yet begun, and officials with the Georgia Secretary of State’s office say it could be as late as Monday before early voting can begin due to the short preparation time between the general election and the runoff.
Even if early voting in the run-off does open on Monday, it will end at 5 p.m. next Wednesday, Nov. 24, because county offices will be closed Thursday and Friday in observance of Thanksgiving.
The county’s 13 polling places will be open Tuesday, Nov. 30, for the run-off election.
All registered voters are eligible to vote in the run-off election.
For information, you may visit the Secretary of State’s website at and click the MVP button.
Editor’s Note: See Page A4 for our endorsements in the run-off election.

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