Busy First Day of Advance Voting in Franklin County

Advance voting getting off to a good start in Franklin County for the August 21st run-off.

Election Superintendent Tess Eubanks said on Monday, the first day of early voting, 100 people came by her office to cast a ballot.  Franklin County voters are deciding on two non-partisan races – for Magistrate Judge and Probate Judge.

They are also voting for a Republican candidate for the County commission chair race and a Republican candidate for the new 9th Congressional District race.

Eubanks reminds Democrats who used a paper ballot on July 31st want to cast an early ballot in the run-off by mail, must request a non-partisan ballot.

Advance voting runs through Friday.  The run -off is next Tuesday, the 21st.