Early voting at Rome Civic Center starts Monday

October 17, 2021–5:25 p.m.


In-person advanced voting for the November 2 municipal elections continues and starting Monday, Rome voters can cast ballots at the Rome Civic Center on Jackson Hill.

The civic center will be open for early voting this week from 8 am until 5 pm each day.

Rome voters can also cast ballots at the Floyd County Elections Office on East 4th Avenue, also from 8 am until 5 pm.

There are six candidates seeking three Ward Two seats on the city commission.

They are Elaina Beeman, LuGina Brown, Tyrone Holland, Victor Hixon, and incumbents Randy Quick and Jamie Doss.

Nine candidates are seeking seven seats on the Rome City School Board.

They are Pascha Burge, Tracy Anthony-McDew, Ron Roach, and incumbents Will Byington, Faith Collins, Dr. Melissa Davis, Jill Fisher, Alvin Jackson Sr., and John Uldrick.

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