Slow early vote this election season, except for Social Circle

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The early vote in Walton County’s municipal elections has been slow, except for in the City of Scoial Circle, according to Lisa Clark with the Walton County elections office. Clark said this is fairly typical for an off-primary or presidential election year. However, there is a mayoral election in both Social Circle and in Walnut Grove with more interest seemingly being generated in the Social Circle race.

By noon today, the last official day of early voting, 40 people had voted in Walton Grove, 112 in the Monroe municipal elections, 219 in Loganville and a whopping 444 in Social Circle.

“We have 58 vote in Social Circle the first day early voting opened,” Clark said. Incumbent Mayor Hal Dally is being challenged by former Social Circle City Councilman David Keener. There are also three Social Circle City Council seats on the ballot, two of them contested and two Social Circle City School Board seats.

Click or tap on the links below for information on each of the municipal elections. Early voting closes at 5 p.m. today, Friday, Nov. 1, 2019 and anybody who has not yet voted by then has just Election Day, Nov. 5, 2019, to cast their ballots.

City of Social Circle

Advanced voting in Social Circle Municipal Elections is now underway

Candidates for Social Circle municipal elections make their case to local voters

City of Walnut Grove

Voting begins in Walnut Grove for mayor, two council members

City of Monroe

Early voting in Monroe Municipal Elections is under way

City of Loganville

Five Loganville candidates make their case for one of three seats up for grabs on City Council

Early voting in Loganville Municipal Elections is underway at City Hall

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