Cobb Republican, Democratic parties meet, greet & ...
by Brittini Ray
12:11 AM, Sunday, July 05
MARIETTA — It was a meeting of politics and pulled pork Saturday as Cobb Republicans and Democrats gathered with their respective parties to celebrate Independence Day and discuss the upcoming presidential election. Members of the Cobb GOP gathere...

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