Voters will decide today whether to keep Bob Dixon in his at-large seat on the Winder City Council, or to replace him with challenger Lorin Sinn-Clark. All registered voters who reside inside the city limits can participate in the election. The only place to vote is at the Winder Community Center from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
Advance voting for the runoff was higher than expected, with 351 people voting in person and another 24 returning absentee ballots.
Check back here tonight for the election's results.