Cobb residents sound off on local, national races
by Ricky Leroux
07:27 PM, Tuesday, July 22
For many Cobb voters, the runoff election for the Republican nomination for Georgia’s Senate seat was the important race Tuesday, although the local races for the Cobb’s Board of Commissioners and Board of Education were also on their minds.

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