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Patch will keep you updated as election results roll in.
The votes are counted, but unofficial, in Bartow County's 2012 primary and special elections.
Several local Republican races could be decided in Tuesday's primary election.
Prepare to cast your vote Tuesday in the Republican or Democratic primary elections. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Your vote in Tuesday's primary affects the building struggle between Georgia's grassroots conservatives and the long-standing political machine.
If a hearing in Bartow County Superior Court doesn't occur before the July 31 election, the civil case against Anna Sullivan would be moot, both the plaintiffs and defense say.
Charles Bullock, Richard B. Russell Professor of Political Science at the University of Georgia, sees small chance of the initiative passing.
Bartow County commissioner, tax commissioner, clerk of court, magistrate judge and school board rep hopefuls talk about the issues.
Police & Fire, Elections, The Neighborhood Files
Top headlines from the Cartersville area and metro Atlanta are included in today's regional roundup.
Elections, Local Connections
The American Conservative Union scores State Sen. Barry Loudermilk at 100 percent for his strong support of bills based on conservative principles.
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