Allen Brown, a former mayor of Hinesville, won the seat again during Tuesday's runoff election.
Hinesville's runoff elections for mayor and City Council District 3 are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today at Charles Shuman Recreation Center, 800C Tupelo Trail.
Hinesville's four runoff election candidates submitted their final campaign contribution reports Monday. They had to submit a report six days prior to the general runoff election date, which is Tuesday.
Ludowici Mayor James Fuller easily fended off a challenge from Robert Parker, according to unofficial results.
Former mayor Allen Brown and current Mayor Pro-Tem Charles Frasier appeared to be headed for a runoff to decide who will be Hinesville's next mayor, according to unofficial totals released Tuesday night.
About 70 people filled the Riceboro Youth Center on Sunday evening to learn more about the candidates for Riceboro City Council and mayor.
The seven candidates running for four Riceboro City Council seats addressed a number of questions at a candidate forum Sunday evening at the Riceboro Youth Center.
Editor's note: The only contested race in the Ludowici municipal election this year is for mayor. Robert Parker is challenging incumbent James Fuller. Here is a Q&A with Parker.
Editor's note: The only contested race in the Ludowici municipal election this year is for mayor. Incumbent James Fuller faces a challenger, Robert Parker. Here is a Q&A with Fuller.
Seven candidates, including all four incumbents, are running for Riceboro City Council this year. The top four vote-getters in the Nov. 3 election will win the seats, all of which are citywide.
Three candidates running for Riceboro's mayor seat. Incumbent Mayor Bill Austin faces two challengers, Joe Harris and former mayor Gregory Richardson.
Walthourville City Council has five members, all of whom are up for election this year. But only two of those seats are contested.
The contest for the mayor's seat in Walthourville is between incumbent Mayor Daisy Pray and challenger Carrie Anderson.
Hinesville's District 5 has two candidates fighting for the City Council seat - incumbent Kenneth Shaw and challenger Angela Wilson.
District 3 has the largest candidate pool for a Hinesville City Council seat, currently held by Councilman David Anderson Sr., who is not running for another term.