Loudermilk wins Congressional seat
by Monica Burge
12:12 AM, Wednesday, July 23
Although the July 22 Primary Runoff election featured two spirited contests between Republicans seeking seats in Congress, Tuesday’s 17 polls drew little interest from Bartow County residents. According to preliminary numbers, which have not been ...

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