Senate, school board head to second round

Staff Writer

Tuesday’s General Election is in the books, but it’s not over as county voters will head back to the polls to decide on the District Four School Board winner and a highly-contested Senate seat.
According to Grenada County Circuit Clerk Michele Redditt-Garcia, a runoff election has been scheduled for Nov. 27.
In the runoff, school board incumbent Marjorie Hughes will face Thelma Louise Hubbard.
Hughes is vying for her second term in office, and Hubbard has been highlyvisible throughout the community since announcing her candidacy.
In Tuesday’s primary election, voters at Taylor Hall and Friendship Baptist Church at Geeslin Corner cast their ballots on the school board race.

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