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In-person absentee voting will take place at community center for North Augusta City Council election

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A line of voters wait to cast their absentee ballots Oct. 16, 2021 during the 2020 election at the North Augusta Community Center. 

North Augusta’s municipal general election is nearing, with election day on April 27, but early in-person absentee voting will be available.

North Augusta mayor Bob Pettit announced the dates and times for those who would like to vote early at the end of Monday’s City Council meeting.

Early in-person absentee voting will take place at the North Augusta Community Center on April 19-22 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.

The general election voting will take place April 27.

Voters will choose the city’s new mayor, with Democrat Richard Adams and Republican Briton Williams facing off.

Voters will also elect three City Council members from four candidates. Three Republicans are running: Pat Carpenter (incumbent), David McGhee (incumbent) and Jenafer McCauley. They face Democrat Trina Mackie.

For more information on voting, contact the Aiken County Registration and Elections office at 803-642-2028.

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