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Elections board adds Sunday voting, passes on Saturday



Richmond County voters will have an extra day of voting in the Dec. 6 U.S. Senate runoff this Sunday, Nov. 27.

Advance voting will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at four locations Sunday, the first day of in-person voting in the runoff.

Two Augusta legislators and two commissioners made a form...

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  1. Get em’ to the polls anyway you can. The Democrats will do anything, and everything they can to manipulate the votes. That is why the majority of the voters have no trust in the elections system. They can’t use ‘racism’ in the Senate race. Both candidates are Black! Saturday and Sunday voting should give them enough votes to drag their man across the finish line. I am sick of the whole process!!! May God Help Us.

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