Advance Voting for Aug. 21 Run-Offs This Week

Smyrna-Vinings Republicans will decide who will become the next county chairman while some Democrats will nominate a candidate for state representative.

Advance voting for the Aug. 21 runoff election begins Monday and Smyrna-Vinings Republicans and Democrats both have a reason to head to the polls.

The Republican nomination for Cobb County Chairman is now between incumbent Chairman Tim Lee and former Chairman Bill Byrne. Because neither candidate earned 50 percent plus one vote, the race will be decided in the Aug. 21 primary. No Democrats sought the office, so the candidate who wins the Republican nomination will be the county chairman by default. 

Some Smyrna Democrats will decide which candidate should face off against Republican Phil Daniell for the District 41 State Representative seat this fall. Last month Daniell has no Republican challengers, so he earned that party’s nomination by default. 

Registered voters who did not cast a ballot in the July 31 primary are still eligible to vote in the runoff. However, those who did vote in the primary must vote under the same party affiliation in the runoff.

Advance in person is Aug. 13-17 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Cobb Board of Elections main office at 736 Whitlock Ave. in Marietta and the following satellite locations:

  • East Cobb Government Service Center, 4400 Lower Roswell Rd., Marietta, 30068. 
  • , 620 Lions Club Drive, Mableton, GA 30126. 
  • Northstar Church, 3413 Blue Springs Road NW, Kennesaw, GA 30144. 
  • Boots Ward Recreation Center, Lost Mountain Park, 4845 Dallas Highway, Powder Springs 30127.

Do you plan to vote in the runoff? Which candidate has your vote? Tell us in the comments.


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