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Two Area Cases Considered by State Election Board
Thursday, 25 February 2010

February 25--  The Georgia Election Board considered two cases from this area at its meeting Wednesday.

It found no violation of residency requirements on a complaint brought by Keith Edge of Soperton regarding former Treutlen school board member June Mason.  Edge claimed in the Summer of 2009 that Mason was living in Toombs County while remaining on the Treutlen school board.  

The state investigator found that Mason moved to Toombs County in August, 2009 and resigned from the school board the same week she moved.  The school board appointed Teresa Hayes to succeed Mason on the board.

The Election Board continued a case involving the November, 2008 city election in Tarrytown.  It's contiinuing its investigation of the handling and availability of absentee ballots for the election. 

 
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