Polls open at 7 a.m. Nov. 7, for Loganville Municipal Elections

If you weren’t one of the residents who voted early in the Loganville mayoral and municipal elections, you still have one more opportunity to cast your ballot. The polls open at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 7, at the Historic Rock Gym on Main Street in Loganville and will close at 7 p.m. According to Loganville Elections Supervisor Kristi Ash, when early voting ended on Friday, Nov. 3, a total of 422 people had cast early ballots in the election – 382 in person and 40 by mail.

Former councilman Rey Martinez is facing off against Donna Jones, wife of former mayor, councilman and previous city manager Bill Jones, in the mayoral race. Five candidates qualified for the three at-large seats on the City Council. Incumbent Councilman Danny Ford qualified for re-election and will face off against former mayor and councilman Mike Jones and political newcomers Anne Coles, Lisa Newberry and Femi Oduwole. The top three vote-getters will earn a seat on the City Council.

Voters got an opportunity to hear from all the candidates at a political forum hosted by the Walton County Chamber of Commerce earlier in the month. City Council candidate Femi Oduwole, however, did not attend. If you missed the forum, you can click or tap on these links to hear from all the other candidates. Click or tap on this link for a sample ballot.

Loganville Candidate Forum 1

Loganville Candidate Forum 2

Loganville Candidate Forum 3

Loganville Candidate Forum 4

Loganville Candidate Forum 5

Loganville Mayoral candidates

  • Rey Martinez
  • Donna
Loganville City Council candidates
  • Danny Ford
  • Mike Jones
  • Ann Coles
  • Lisa Newberry
  • Femi Oduwole

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