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Special elections off to slow start in Richmond County



Early voting in three Richmond County special elections got off to a very slow start Monday.

“We mailed out four absentee ballots that we had previously received, and voted four people,” said Travis Doss, director for Richmond County Board of Elections.

Four is less than .025% of the 15,979 r...

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  1. I don’t care who gets elected to the school board as long as he or she is an advocate for CRT and teaching kids all about sex with adults. (no, just kidding. Only the CRT part is really needed. White kids need to learn that they are the Oppressors)

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