Tuesday, February 5, 2008
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Gwinnett Daily Post
LAWRENCEVILLE - Super Tuesday has arrived.
Voters in more than 20 states, including Georgia, will head to the polls today for the presidential preference primary election.
Gwinnett's Elections Supervisor Lynn Ledford has said she expects up to 40 percent of registered voters to cast ballots today - nearly twice as many that typically show up for presidential preference primaries.
Gwinnett's voters will also see a school bond referendum on ballots. Gwinnett County Public Schools is seeking to sell up to $750 million in general obligation bonds to continue its classroom construction plan.
Buford's residents won't be able to vote on the county school district's referendum, but they can go to City Hall to decide if Buford City Schools can issue $10 million in bonds to build a multi-purpose facility.
To find your polling location, go to www.gwinnettcounty.com and click on "Elections." The polls will be open until
7 p.m. Don't forget to bring your photo ID.