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71 percent of the more than 700 voters in Canton opposed the $6 million bond that would have seen the city construct three new fire stations.
All results are unofficial until certified by the Secretary of State's office.
Voting will take place on Tuesday, March 19 to determine whether or not the city issues up to $6 million in bonds to improve city fire services.
All results are unofficial until certified by the Secretary of State's Office
The organization Brian Laurens claims to have received endorsement from has denied backing him, or any candidate.
Citizens will be able to vote whether or not to approve up to $6 million in bonds to pay for up to three new fire stations in Canton.
Elections, Local Connections
Scot Turner and Brian Laurens will face off in Holly Springs before their Feb. 5 runoff election.
With 100 percent of votes unofficially tallied, Scot Turner leads overall, followed by Brian Laurens and Natalie Bergeron.
Brandon Beach, Sean Jerguson, Michael Fitzgerald and Lori Pesta weigh in on why the planned January debates for the Senate District 21 seat fell through.
Due to scheduling conflicts and "inordinate delays," there will be no debate held between Rep. Sean Jerguson and Brandon Beach.
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