Today is the Last Day to Register to Vote in the November Municipal General Election
Bethlehem City Hall wants to remind would-be voters to register in order to have their ballots count in the upcoming election.
With three candidates in the running for Bethleem Town Council Post 4, the town wishes to remind residents that today — Tuesday, Oct. 11 — is the last day to register to be eligible to vote in the upcoming November Municipal General Election and December runoffs.
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, voters will decide whether Scott Morgan will keep his seat at the council table or whether one of his challengers — C.L. Wood Jr. or Doug Koestel — will assume his place.
In the event that a runoff is necessary, it will take place Tuesday, Dec. 6.
Incumbent Mayor Sandy McNab and incumbent Council Member Wayne Ridgeway of Post 2 are running unopposed. Contact Town Clerk Kathy Bridges by calling 770-867-0702 with any voter registration questions.
Bethlehem City Hall will be open from 1 to 5 p.m. today.
Just up the road, all is quiet at Carl’s City Hall leading into the election. Carl’s Town Council for 2012 is already set thanks to a returning and unchallenged
Rebecca Knight is running for re-election unopposed. Derrick Jones is seeking election to the seat being vacated by Truman Phillips and is also running unopposed.
Check back every Tuesday for a new City Spotlight on one of two great Barrow County towns — Bethlehem and Carl.