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Runoff early voting starts Nov. 18 - 24
Jim McBrayer, left, and Sandra Sanford, right

The early voting period for the Nov. 30 runoff election for the Rockdale County Board of Education Post 1 seat starts Thursday, Nov. 18 and runs until Wednesday, Nov. 24.

In-person early voting will be available at 1400 Parker Road from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 18 until Tuesday Nov. 23. The hours will be extended on Wednesday, Nov. 24, from 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. There is no Saturday voting during this early voting period.

For more information on the election runoff, call the Rockdale County Board of Elections and Voter Registration at 770-278-7333.

The local runoff is between BOE candidates Jim McBreyer, who had 42 percent of the vote in the five-way race during the Nov. 2 general election, and Sandra Sanford, who had 24.83 percent of the vote. The BOE seats are at large positions and will be on all precinct ballots.

The runoff election itself is on Nov. 30. Voting on the day of the runoff election will take place at local precincts.

McBrayer is the former Athletic Director of Salem High School and Sanford is a registered nurse and mother of five Heritage graduates and a Heritage alum herself.

For transcripts of candidate forums and more information on the Board of Education race, click here.

Also on the runoff ballot will be Georgia Supreme Court Judge candidates Tammy Lynn Adkins and incumbent David Nahmias and Georgia Appeals Court Judge candidates Antoinette "Toni" Davis and Chris McFadden.