Shelter Dogs, Election Survey, Official Quarantining: News Nearby

Kathleen Sturgeon
·1 min read

There was plenty of news across Georgia on Thursday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of the top stories from the past 24 hours.

GA Election Chief In Coronavirus Quarantine, Wife Tests Positive

Georgia's Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is in quarantine after his wife tested positive for the coronavirus.

GA Election Results Fair, Accurate: Most Patch Readers Say

Among the nearly 900 responses received in Patch's 2020 election survey, 51.8 percent said they voted prior to Election Day in Georgia.

Animal Shelter Seeks Volunteers To Host Dogs For Thanksgiving

Lifeline Animal Project will provide all the dogs' supplies, including food, bowls and crates, and participants supply the love.

High School Dropout Rate Cut In Half For Fulton Students

While the dropout rate decreases, the Fulton Schools' graduation rate stayed above the state average while decreasing slightly.

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This article originally appeared on the Canton-Sixes Patch