Fulton runoff elections update
by Staff
01:04 PM, Tuesday, July 22
Richard Barron, director of registration and elections for Fulton County, made the following statements at a morning press conference. "Today is a partisan primary runoff election. We have 365 polling precincts in Fulton County for today’s electio...

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