He qualified Wednesday for the Nov. 5 special election to fill the post vacated by Barry Loudermilk, who hopes to be the new U.S. congressman from Georgia.
Voting records show Laughridge casted a ballot at the Kingston precinct in District 52 in November 2012 using a Reynolds Road address. Last month, he changed his address with the Bartow County Voter Registration and Elections office to a Peeples Valley Road home in Cartersville, which is in District 14.
On his notice of candidacy, above, which Patch obtained from the Secretary of State's office, Laughridge lists a third address—326 Dock 3 Captains Walk Drive in Cartersville.
Neither Mapquest nor Google Maps recognizes the address, but a road in Acworth near Red Top Mountain State Park that leads to Lake Allatoona is named "Captains Walk," according to Google.
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