Ready for election season

  • Megan Broome/The Clayton Tribune The Rabun County Republicans set up a booth at the courthouse on Monday, March 2, to qualify candidates for the November election. Qualifying continues until noon on Friday, March 6. Anyone wishing to qualify as a Democrat or nonpartisan (Probate Judge) should visit the Rabun County Board of Elections Office. From left are Ed Henderson, secretary, Sam Burns, chairman, Connie Holcombe, treasurer, and Kim Gurtler, first vice-chair.
    Megan Broome/The Clayton Tribune The Rabun County Republicans set up a booth at the courthouse on Monday, March 2, to qualify candidates for the November election. Qualifying continues until noon on Friday, March 6. Anyone wishing to qualify as a Democrat or nonpartisan (Probate Judge) should visit the Rabun County Board of Elections Office. From left are Ed Henderson, secretary, Sam Burns, chairman, Connie Holcombe, treasurer, and Kim Gurtler, first vice-chair.
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Clayton resident Dee Daily, a Democrat, announced this week she has qualified for the 50th District State Senate seat.