Go find election results online
Detailed election coverage will run in next week’s edition.
Election day has come and gone by the time some of our readers will be getting the paper, and that means one thing for this week’s edition: results are nowhere to be seen.
By the time presses began rolling on Sunday when our edition is printed weekly, Polk County voters were set to go to the polls on Tuesday to decide a pair of municipal contests and whether they wished to continue the 2017 E-SPLOST.
As of Friday afternoon when early voting was coming to a close, some 654 people had gotten their ballots in early at a Cedartown and Rockmart precinct, and through absentee paper ballots.
Early voting came to a close at the end of the week. No Saturday voting was held for this year’s election as well.
For readers who get the paper early and those on Wednesday as well, go online to Polkstandardjournal.com and use your login that comes with your subscription to find election results. (Need help with the login info? Email kmyrick@ npco.com or call 770-7481520 extension 2 and we might be able to help.)
Otherwise, come back to read the Nov. 15 edition to find out who won in the Cedartown commission race and the Board of Education District 6 special election. We’ll also have coverage of the outcome of the E-SPLOST extension vote as well.
Polls were set to open at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 7 for this year’s election. Check information online on our website and or at Facebook.com/thepolkfishwrap to find out where to vote, links to find out if you’re registered, and more.