If you live in Long County and have not yet voted in the runoff election, Tuesday is your last chance.
Liberty County has no runoff races.
There are two runoffs in Long County. The nonpartisan contest for probate judge is between Bobby Smith and Teresa Odum. The current probate judge, Marie Middleton, chose not to seek re-election.
The Democratic runoff for the Board of Commissioners’ District 2 seat is between incumbent Robert Long and challenger Charles Brady. The winner of this race will face Republican Mike Riddle in the November general election.
Voters who cast ballots in the Republican primary in May will not be able to vote in the runoff for the commissioner’s seat because it is on the Democratic ballot, and primary voters must stay with the same party’s ballot in the runoff.
However, registered voters who did not participate in the primary may choose the Democratic ballot to vote in the District 2 commissioners runoff.
Registered voters in either party will be able to vote in the probate judge runoff.
All polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday.