The Donalsonville News has presented each local candidate with questions on the issues facing the community.
Their answers will appear in the
October 31st edition.
Time is running out on your opportunity to vote. Counting today, October 24, Seminole County voters have eight days to cast a vote in the November 5 General Primary/Special Election. All advance in person voting will be conducted in the Office of the Probate Judge in the Seminole County Courthouse, located at 200 S. Knox
Avenue in Donalsonville. Advanced voting continues during regular business hours until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, November 1.
The only contested local races on the ballot will be incumbent Travis Brooks facing challenger Lola Givens for a City of Donalsonville Council seat representing District 1, Post 2, and incumbent Sara Robinson facing challenger Anne Odom Stark for Town of Iron City council seat representing Post 1.
There are 637 voters registered in the City of Donalsonville’s District 1 and ALL registered voters located in District 1’s Post 1 and Post 2 can cast a ballot in this election for either candidate, Brooks or Givens.
Your final opportunity to vote in this election will be at the polling place in your precinct on Election Day, November 5, 2019.
If you have any disability or need assistance getting into the Courthouse or other special accommodations, contact Michael Jon Rogerson, Election Superintendent or Kristy Wilson, Chief Deputy Registrar at 229-524-5256.
All persons eligible to vote in the November 5, 2019, General Primary/Special Election Runoff may now request absentee ballots by mail from the Seminole County Registrar at Post Office Box 684, 200 South Knox Avenue, Donalsonville, Georgia 39845. The registrar’s fax number is 229-524-8644, phone number is 229-524-5256 and email address is [email protected] You may also login to your “My Voter Page” at http://mvp.sos.state.ga.us/
The deadline for the registrars to receive an application for an absentee ballot and to mail out an application for an absentee ballot is November 1, 2019, at 5:00 p.m.
No absentee ballot may be voted on the day of the election. Any absentee ballot, which has been voted prior to the day of the election, may be mailed to the registrars on the day of the election, but will not be counted unless it reaches the registrars’ office by 7:00 p.m. on the day of the election.