Note: Cross-posted at Georgia Politics Unfiltered.
…Yesterday, I received an e-mail that I didn’t read at first glance, and now, I realize that I probably should have because the e-mail had some potentially damaging information concerning the Fulton County Police Dept. and Fulton County Commissioner William “Bill” Edwards. Here’s what was attached to the e-mail I received:
The picture above is a copy of a memo sent to Fulton County Police officers patrolling the South Fulton area from Major C. Turner. The e-mail requests that Fulton County police officers “volunteer” and hand out fliers to “support the continuation of ‘unincorporated’ and future non-annexation of Fulton County.
Now you know what the pro-city forces have been up against.
On a related side note, my reports on the ground are telling me that turnout is high is some areas and low in others. In one of the high turnout areas, I know the “Yes” votes are in full force. In the other high turnout areas, I’m not so sure which side is winning the day. At my home precinct, about 60 to 70 voters had come in by 9:00 this morning (my home precinct has over 2,000 registered voters)