Henry runoff election turnout light
11:47 AM, Tuesday, July 22
Henry County Elections and Registration Director Janet Shellnutt said she expects a light turnout today at the polls. "We only voted 2,374 during advance voting and have around 300 absentee ballots that have returned. With checking with a few prec...

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