If you haven’t voted in the Loganville Municipal Election by the end of business today, Friday, Oct. 29, 2021, you only have Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021 to cast your ballot. By noon on Friday, there had been 292 early votes cast at the Rock Gym, including 40 from Gwinnett County. There had been 366 votes cast at Meridian Park in Walton County. Also on the ballot for Walton County was the Education Local Option Sales Tax. County-wide, 103 absentee ballots had been received.
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In Loganville, seven people qualified to run for the three at-large city council seats. No one qualified to oppose former councilman Skip Baliles so he takes office unopposed in January.
Councilwoman Anne Huntsinger was the only incumbent to qualify to run for re-election. The following are the candidates you will find on the ballot.
Three at-large City Council seats
- Anne Huntsinger (I)
- Terry Parsons
- Shenia Rivers-Devine
- Rosa D. Steele
- Branden Whitfield
- Melanie Long
- James Wilson
All registered Walton County voters will be able to vote at their regular county precinct on Election Day. Gwinnett County voters will vote at the Rock Gym/Ag Building, 135 Main Street in Loganville. Loganville residents who vote in Walton County should visit the county’s Elections Office website for more information. The polls open at 7 a.m. and will close at 7 p.m. on election day.
The Town of Between has three candidates running to fill two vacant council member positions. The candidates who qualified are:
- Brian Rubin
- Jonathan Page
- William Boswell