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Shorter waits expected at polls

Following numerous complaints from residents about the cumbersome navigation of multiple voting lines and wait times ranging from 50 minutes to three hours during November's regular election, local election officials are assuring Hinesville residents it will not be more of the same for next week's runoff voting.

December 13, 2007 | By Andrea Washington Staff Writer | 2007 City Elections


Run-off election reminder

All voters participating in upcoming run-off elections are reminded that advance voting will begin Nov. 26 and end Nov. 30.

December 11, 2007 | Staff Report | 2007 City Elections


Hinesville mayoral runoff

Voting Nov. 6 resulted in a runoff for Hinesville mayor. Voters are asked to go back to the polls Dec. 4 to decide between Bob Pirkle and Jim Thomas.

December 11, 2007 | Andrea Washington | 2007 City Elections


Hinesville CC District 4 runoff

None of the candidates for Hinesville City Council District 4 got a majority of votes in the general election on Nov. 6, so voters go back to the polls Dec. 4 to decide between the top to vote-getters, Keith Jenkins and Jack Shuman.

December 11, 2007 | By Andrea Washington Staff Writer | 2007 City Elections


Hinesville CC District 3 runoff

None of the candidates for Hinesville City Council District 3 got a majority of votes in the general election on Nov. 6, so voters go back to the polls Dec. 4 to decide between the top to vote-getters, David Anderson and Bonita Smith.

December 11, 2007 | By Andrea Washington Staff Writer | 2007 City Elections


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