Even as the time for the polls to close got closer and closer, the line to vote at J.W. Arnold Elementary School, in Jonesboro, still wrapped half-way around the school's cafeteria, and out into the adjacent hallway.
Former U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal was elected Georgia governor on Tuesday, riding a Republican wave and beating back questions about his ethics and personal finances.
Incumbent Clayton County Commissioner Michael Edmondson defeated Republican challenger, Lee Scott, in a landslide to win a second term on the county's board of commissioners.
Clayton County Police have confirmed that the body of a female, discovered last week in a vacant Jonesboro building, is that of a Morrow teenager, who had been missing since Oct. 16.
One of the most controversial former members of the Clayton County Board of Education was able to ward off a write-in campaign by an outgoing state senator to win the State House of Representatives District 76 seat on Tuesday.
The race wasn't close, but it provided variety for Clayton County voters on election day.
Republican candidates won a clean sweep Tuesday in races to select a successor to Georgia's longest-serving agriculture commissioner, as well as contests for the departments of labor and insurance and a utility commission.
Secretary of State Brian Kemp and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle soundly defeated their Democratic challengers Tuesday as Republicans flexed their political muscle, and GOP candidates won the school superintendent post and jumped to a lead for the attorney general's job.
U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson was re-elected to a second term Tuesday, defeating State Labor Commissioner Mike Thurmond to cap a campaign that was dominated by the popular GOP incumbent.
Republican challengers Tuesday defeated Democratic U.S. Reps. Jim Marshall and Sanford Bishop, both incumbents whose conservative records failed to save them from voters' wrath toward Washington.
Spivey Hall at Clayton State University, will present "The Billy Goats Gruff," a children's opera performed by Opera Carolina, on Wednesday, Nov. 3, at 9:30 a.m., and 11:15 a.m., at Spivey Hall, 2000 Clayton State Blvd., Morrow.
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