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LaGrange, Hogansville, West Point elections set for Tuesday

Staff report

LaGRANGE — Municipal elections for Troup County cities are Tuesday and polling stations will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

City council seats are contested in LaGrange, Hogansville and West Point, and the mayor’s seat is also on the line in West Point.

Photo identification is required to cast ballots at polling stations. Voters who are unsure of their polling station can visit the Georgia Secretary of State’s My Voter Page online at www.mvp.sos.ga.gov and enter their first initial, last name, county of registration and date of birth to learn their polling station’s address and see a sample ballot. Sample ballots also appear on page 5A of today’s edition.

The Daily News will post live updates online as election results return Tuesday evening. Daily News staffers will post results on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/LaGrangeDailyNews and on our Twitter account at www.twitter.com/LaGrangeNews. Results will also be posted to our website at www.lagrangenews.com.

The following individuals are running for election:

LaGRANGE

City Council District 2C

• Willie T. Edmondson, incumbent

• Nathan Gaskin

City Council District 2B

• LeGree McCamey, incumbent

• Richard L. Kimbrough

City Council District 1C

• Bobby Traylor, incumbent

• Mark Mitchell

HOGANSVILLE

City Council Post 4

• George Bailey, incumbent

• Elizabeth Brummett

• Ray Jordon

City Council Post 3

• William F. Higgins

City Council Post 5

• Thomas Pike, incumbent

• Theresa Strickland

WEST POINT

Mayor

• A. Drew Ferguson IV, incumbent

• Deedee Williams

City Council

• Gerald Ledbetter, incumbent

• Sandra Thornton, incumbent

• Benjamin F. Wilcox, incumbent

Reach LaGrange Daily News by calling 706-884-7311.