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Less than 2 percent of county voters took part in the vote that could have brought Sunday package sales to Paulding.
The Carrollton Republican in his third election in three months defeated Libertarian James Camp to earn the state senate seat.
Get a recap of our live blog of the results from Tuesday's special election for State Senate District 30.
Voters in portions of three counties, including Paulding, will choose between Libertarian candidate James Camp and Republican candidate Mike Dugan to determine the district’s next state senator. Return to Dallas-Hiram Patch for tonight’s results.
Elections, Local Connections
Early voting in the State Senate District 30 Race between Libertarian candidate James Camp and Republican candidate Mike Dugan concludes today at 5 p.m. Voters will have one more opportunity to cast ballots—Tuesday’s election day.
Early voting began Wednesday in the State Senate District 30 Race between Libertarian candidate James Camp and Republican candidate Mike Dugan.
Less then 3 percent of eligible voters in Paulding cast ballots in last week’s runoff election to select the Republican nominee for the open state senate seat. Voters will return to the polls early next year to choose their district’s next senator.
Only voters in four Paulding precincts will be casting ballots at their normal polling places today. Today’s runoff will select the Republican candidate who will move onto a January special election to determine the next state senator for District 30.
Voters in four Paulding precincts have this week and Dec. 4 to help select the Republican candidate who will move onto a January special election to determine the next state senator for District 30.
A Dallas woman who had not voted in 20 years was not able to cast a ballot in this year’s presidential election due to a state law that took her off the voter rolls due to inactivity.
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