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Special election to fill vacant seat for Georgia House District 165

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CHATHAM COUNTY, Ga (WTGS) — There will be a special election on Nov. 2 for Georgia House District 165, to fill a vacancy after the death of Representative Edward Stephens.

Candidates who have filed are as follows:

  • Edna Jackson (D)
  • Sabrina Kent (D)
  • Antwan Lang (D)
  • Clinton Young (D)
  • Clinton Cowart (L)

“If I can, in any way use my experiences, my real-life experiences, to help another person, that’s what I’m going to do. So, I don’t know if that sets me apart from the other individuals, but that definitely gives me a reason to run,” said Lang.

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Chatham County Board of Elections prepares for upcoming November election

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SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – In just under two months, Chatham County voters will head to the polls for the November general election.

On November 2, there will be municipal elections in Tybee Island, Thunderbolt, Bloomingdale, Garden City and Port Wentworth.

A special election will also take place for voters in District 165 to fill the late State Representative Mickey Stephens’ vacant seat. Candidates interested in running for the seat must submit qualifying documents between Wednesday and Friday.

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VERIFY: Why Chatham County stopped counting on election night

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CHATHAM COUNTY, Ga. — When counting for the Georgia Senate runoff voting came to an end in Chatham County last night, a number of people who believe Georgia’s election apparatus is corrupted seized on it.

But there was really nothing out of the ordinary going on, as a state election official explained, and the county isn’t even much of an outlier in terms of remaining ballots.

The idea that the county – which encompasses the Savannah area – stopping was somehow underhanded was amplified by the president’s press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany.

She retweeted her sister, Ryann McEnany, who wrote: “Why would you PAUSE the vote count and go to bed?!  We’ve seen this before. Here we go again…..”

They paused, Gabriel Sterling in the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office said, because they simply had nothing at the moment left to count.

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Georgia Senate runoff early voting period begins with strong turnout in Chatham County

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Early voting for the Georgia Senate runoff began Monday, and voters flocked to Chatham’s five early voting locations to cast their ballot.

This round of early voting comes after more than a month of Senate runoff ads and near-constant campaigning across the state — and for good reason: this election will put Georgia’s newly minted status as a swing state to the test, and determine which party controls the Senate majority.

Nearly 1.2 million Georgia voters have already requested absentee ballots in the Jan. 5 U.S. Senate runoffs, including almost 80,000 already mailed ballots in Richmond, Chatham and Columbia counties.

Republican Kelly Loeffler will face off with Democrat Raphael Warnock, and Republican David Perdue will again go head to head with Democrat Jon Ossoff.

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