Elections

For some, it's back to the polls

Tuesday's runoff election involves 11 races around the state with an impact on Georgia's legal community

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Tracey Mason Blasi, left, took 20 percent of votes in the primary for the judge position. Kathy Schrader, right, won 44 percent of primary vote for Gwinnett Superior Court judge. Next week's election runoffs include 11 races around the state with particular impact on the legal community as voters decide on a new superior court judge, state court judges, a district attorney and court clerks.

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