All Georgia active voters to be mailed an absentee ballot application

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced Tuesday, March 24, that elections staff will mail an absentee ballot application for the May 19 primary to all registered active voters across the state. The applications will be mailed starting next week. The decision to mail applications follows the postponement of the presidential preference primary among concerns... Continue Reading →

School Board elections scheduled in May

Elections for the Henry County Board of Education take place alongside the May 19 primary. This is because school board positions are non-partisan. All voters that participate in the May 19 primary, regardless of which party ticket they select, will see the non-partisan election on their ballot. Voters also have the option to select a... Continue Reading →

BOC election draws familiar names and newcomers

A packed audience attended a recent board meeting for a zoning hearing. (staff photo) This year, county commission chair, commission district I, and commission district II are on the ballot. With the conclusion of qualifying, the election has drawn a mixture of familiar faces and newcomers. The district II election has a contested Democratic Party... Continue Reading →

Early Voting starts next week

JP Moseley Recreation Center is the county’s newest early voting site. (staff map) Elections staff are making final preparations for early voting to start on Monday, March 2, for the presidential preference primary. The lone ballot question is the Georgia primary for President of the United States. The county’s readiness for early voting was a... Continue Reading →

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