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Putnam County Voter Turnout

Putnam County Voter Turnout

Twenty-nine percent of Putnam County voters cast their ballot in the presidential primary election.

That's according to the Board of Election.

Putnam County Sunday Liquor Sales Passes

Putnam County Sunday Liquor Sales Passes

9:05 p.m. Sunday Sales in unincorporated Putnam County passes with 1967 votes. That's 62% of the vote.

7:49 p.m.  63% vote yes for Sunday Liquor Sales in Putnam County, outside of Eatonton. That's with 25% of precincts reporting.

Eatonton already voted to approve Sunday sales last year.

Polls closed at 7 p.m.

Check back for poll results in your county here.

See Who Your Neighbors Support with Campaign Donations

See Who Your Neighbors Support with Campaign Donations

See who in your area donated to whose presidential campaign by zipcode on the Federal Election Commission website.

Click here to see the 2012 Election Campaign Finances. You can search by zipcode in Georgia.

'Super Tuesday' Voters Will Decide Questions in Putnam County

'Super Tuesday' Voters Will Decide Questions in Putnam County

Gingrich, Paul, Santorum and Romney won't be the only choices here in Central Georgia on March 6, Super Tuesday.

Voters in Putnam County will will vote on Sunday liquor sales. The city of Eatonton already voted to approve Sunday sales last year, so this vote only affects unincorporated Putnam County.

Of course, voters everywhere in the state can vote on Georgia's Republican presidential primary, which includes Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum and several other candidates.

Who Doesn't Love a Yard Sale?

Who Doesn't Love a Yard Sale?
Crooked Pines Farms will host a yard sale to benefit a Wildlife Rehabilitation Program.The yard sale is set for March 3 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. (Rain or shine!)
If you have items to sell, you can grab the  booth application here. 
Booth fees ($25 per booth) will 
go towards developing a
wildlife rehabilitation program. 

5K Run to Benefit Abused Animals

5K Run to Benefit Abused Animals

"For the Love of Kratos Benefit Run," is set to benefit animal shelters in Bibb, Houston, Baldwin, and Putnam Counties. 

The effort, organized by Bonnie Murphey of the Macon Tracks Club, supports only non-kill shelters and will also partially support the efforts of a local veterinarian who is providing “indigent care” to abused animals. 

The run is set for March 17 at 8 a.m. That'll be at Mount Zion Church on Rivoli Road.

100 percent of all proceeds go to the cause.

Trooper’s new owner is helping with the event and will bring Trooper with him.   

Geico Road Race to Benefit Special Olympics

Geico Road Race to Benefit Special Olympics

A benefit for the Georgia Special Olympics, The Geico 5K Road Race, is set for Saturday, March 3rd. 

The fun starts at 9 a.m.

For more information, call Becky Pruitt at 478-986-6809.

Special Olympics serves Baldwin, Crawford, Jasper, Jones, Monroe, Putnam, Twiggs, Upson and Wilkinson Counties.