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Schools, Elections, Local Connections
Bartow Elections Supervisor Joseph Kirk says he expects the board to soon call an election to fill the unexpired term of former county school board vice chairman Angie Cornett.
Matt Shultz, who served on the Bartow Board of Education from 2004 to 2010, announced his candidacy this morning on his blog.
Republicans Fred Kittle, incoming District 4 school board rep, Chief Magistrate Judge Tom Moseley and State Rep. Paul Battles, R-Cartersville, edged out Independent and Democratic opposition.
Elections, Local Connections
Other names appearing on 14 pages of write-ins from last week's elections range from local attorneys and judges to characters from other cartoons and films.
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools found no cause for further action following Bartow Board of Education District 4 representative Wanda Cagle Gray's compliant and the school system's response.
By 4 p.m., about 5,500 of Bartow County's 57,785 registered voters had cast ballots in Georgia's presidential preference primary.
About 2.5 percent of Bartow County's 57,785 registered voters either took advantage of early voting or have returned via mail absentee ballots, only a small portion of the 40 to 45 percent of registered voters expected to cast ballots.
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