Clemmons, Holly win primaries; other election results.

Approximately 55,000 Henry County voters participated in the June 9 primary, shattering turn-out in the local and state primary from four years ago. For comparison, in 2016, a total of 17,637 voters participated in this election. Before diving into election results, I would like to thank the county elections staff and poll workers that worked... Continue Reading →

Four elections to watch on Tuesday

Voters head to the polls on Tuesday, June 9, for the combined Georgia primary. Though the presidential nomination for both parties is already decided, there are several races worth noting in Henry County. Here’s our pick for the elections to watch. 1. Henry County Sheriff There is little doubt that the next Sheriff has big... Continue Reading →

Early Voting continues Tuesday

Early voting for the combined June 9 primary continues on Tuesday, May 26, and will be offered daily through Friday, June 5. Saturday and Sunday voting will be offered this weekend. Voters are being asked to participate in the presidential preference primary (originally postponed from March), state and local office primary (postponed from May), and... Continue Reading →

Party questions available for June 9 primary

Donkey Hotey / Creative Commons photo Official sample ballots are now available for the upcoming combined primary and non-partisan general election, including the party questions voters will see at the ballot box. Each political party is given an opportunity to ask their voters non-binding ballot questions usually centered around either current topics or party agendas.... Continue Reading →

Coria and Cleveland discuss campaign platforms

Candidates Tina Marie Coria and Devlin Cleveland joined the Henry County Democratic Women in a virtual candidate forum last week. Incumbent commissioner Dee Clemmons was unable to attend. Each candidate was provided with two minutes to provide their responses on county topics. Excerpts from the discussion have been reprinted below. In their opening statements, Coria... Continue Reading →

District II forum on Thursday, April 16

The Henry County Democratic Women invite residents to watch a district II candidates forum on Thursday, April 16, at 6:30 pm. Moving Henry Forward will share the event on our Facebook page when it starts. Three candidates have qualified for the democratic primary for county commission district II. The candidates are incumbent Dee Clemmons, Tina... Continue Reading →

Primary postponed to June 9

The upcoming election in Georgia has been postponed from May 19 to June 9 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ballot items include the presidential preference primary (originally postponed from March), general primary, and non-partisan general election. Early voting will begin May 18. The delay allows counties more time to prepare contingency plans based on venue... Continue Reading →

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