Important District 81 News

2.13.2016
Rep. Scott Holcomb

Town Hall Meeting

I'd like to invite you to a town hall meeting that I'll be hosting along with Representatives Mary Margaret Oliver and Michele Henson.

Where: Lakeside High School auditorium, 3801 Briarcliff Rd., Atlanta 30345

When: Thursday, February 18, 7-8:30 PM

What: We will provide updates of the current legislative session and a discussion of the proposed annexation by Chamblee of part of the LaVista Hills footprint, with constituent input. We welcome feedback regarding the proposal to change the form of government from a CEO to Chair/County Manager model. Senator Elena Parent, who chaired the Senate study committee on incorporation and annexation, will join us.

I look forward to seeing you at the meeting.


Secretary of State Monitoring Service

I would like to remind you that the deadline to enroll in the Secretary State's credit monitoring service is coming up this Sunday, February 14. If you are interested in protecting your credit identity, I encourage you to take advantage of this and sign up at https://www.csid.com/gasos/ .

Early Voting

Early voting has started for the March 1 presidential primary. For Tucker residents, the election for mayor and city council members will also be on the ballot

If you are registered for the presidential primary and would like to vote early, you can vote from now until February 26. If you are a resident of DeKalb County, you can find a polling locations and times at: http://web.co.dekalb.ga.us/Voter/pdf/AVTL_03012016.pdf .

If you are a resident of Gwinnett County, you can find early voting information at https://www.gwinnettcounty.com/portal/gwinnett/Departments/Elections/AbsenteeVoting-Civilians/SatelliteVoting.



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