Yolanda Norman of DeKalb County uses te new voting machines at Voter Registration and Elections Office in Atlanta on Monday, March 2, 2020. Miguel Martinez for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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AJC reporters to discuss DeKalb County elections at virtual town hall

EDITOR’S NOTE:

In order to provide a robust event that will inform you on the issues at stake this election year, we have decided to postpone this event. However, we will be providing multiple ways to get you geared up for the Georgia primary. Be sure to follow the DeKalb County News Now Facebook page and sign up for the DeKalb newsletter for the latest on what’s at stake for DeKalb.

Georgia’s primary contests are about two weeks away. Voters in communities all over metro Atlanta are steadily casting ballots by mail and in person, despite the pandemic that has upended life as we know it.

To help make sense of the latest DeKalb County political news and what’s at stake on June 9, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is holding a virtual town hall Wednesday, June 3, featuring the team of reporters who cover county government, politics and education. 

County government reporter Tyler Estep; HyperLocal reporter J.D. Capelouto; and Education reporter Marlon Walker will provide the lowdown on DeKalb’s hottest primary races and the outlook for November. 

Reporter Mark Niesse will answer questions about the voting process and election security.

The town hall, which begins at 5 p.m., will be streamed live through Facebook and YouTube. 

To sign up, click here.

If you have a question for our reporters, please email Senior Editor Todd C. Duncan at todd.duncan@ajc.com.

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