Elections for Council Posts 3, 4 and 5 will be on the November 5, 2013 ballot. Qualifying fees were set by Resolution No. 2013-02. The qualifying fee is 3% of the gross salary of said office and is hereby set at $360 each Post. Dates to file a Notice of Candidacy to have his/her name placed on the Municipal General Election Ballot will be August 26, 27 and 28, 2013 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, closed for lunch from 12-1 pm, at the City Hall Training Room.
Monday, October 7, 2013 is the last day a person may register and be eligible to vote in the Municipal General Election. O.C.G.A. §21-2-224(a)
Information about where to vote or how to vote early as well as sample ballots for the upcoming election, visit the Secretary of State’s website, called the My Voter Page, at www.sos.ga.gov/MVP.
By typing your name, birth date and county, you can get the following information:
Kennesaw KE1 – Sardis Missionary Baptist Church, 2741 S Main Street
Kennesaw KE2A -- See change location note below
Kennesaw KE2B -- Kennesaw Mountain HS, 1898 Kennesaw Due West Rd
Kennesaw KE3A -- Kennesaw Community Center, 2749-2753 Watts Drive
Kennesaw KE4A -- Kennesaw Elementary School, 3155 Jiles Road
Kennesaw KE5A – New Beginnings Methodist Church, 2925 Mack Dobbs Rd
Kennesaw KE5B – Legacy Park Clubhouse, 4201 Legacy Park Circle
The following temporary changes are necessary for the March 19, 2013 Special Election. You will be assigned a permanent location later this year. Voter Precinct Cards have been mailed to notify you of the temporary location.
Former Voting Location, KE2A: Martha Moore Education Center
New Voting Location, KE2A: Ben Robertson Community Center
If you are unsure of your polling location, you may contact the Cobb County Board of Elections at (770) 528-2300. Local polling locations and addresses are available by visiting the Secretary of State at: http://www.sos.state.ga.us/cgi-bin/locator.asp (enter your name, birth date and county).
There are several ways you can register to vote:
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Mayor Mathews invites future community leaders to participate in City Council meetings.
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Enthusiastic and dedicated staff provide first-rate support of the citys trails, parks and facilities.
Hundreds of volunteers maintain the beautiful flora at the 16 acre Smith-Gilbert Gardens.
The Citys two community parks offer families hours of recreation and relaxation.
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A new pedestrian underpass provides safe passage between Main St. and the Depot.
The City offers free wireless internet in parks & city facilities.
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