Long Countians need information

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Long County officials should take extra steps to insure that potential voters understand the proposed new election districts for next month's election. Publish maps and descriptions of the districts in all the newspapers. Post information not just at the courthouse, but at polling places, public libraries and other gathering places. Frequent public meetings should be held at different times and locations so that everyone interested can attend.


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