Municipal elections are Tuesday
Voters in Troy and Brundidge will head to the polls today to cast ballots in municipal elections, and all are expected to follow health and safety guidelines..
Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.
In Troy, voters will decide three races: Mayor, with incumbent Jason Reeves and challenger Tyrone “Red” Moultry; District 1 Council, with incumbent Robert Jones and challenger Sharon Holland; and District 4, with incumbent Stephanie Baker and challenger Caleb Dawson.
Polling places include District 1, Troy Public Library on East Walnut Street; District 2, Collegedale Church of Christ on George Wallace Drive; District 3, Troy Parks and Recreation Center on Enzor Road; District 4, First Baptist Church on College Street; and District 5, Pike County Courthouse on Church Street.
While masks or face coverings are not required to vote in Troy, they are strongly encouraged. Hand sanitizer will be provided at polling places and voters are asked to practice social distancing.
In Brundidge, voters will decide six races, including:
• Mayor, with incumbent Isabell “Fronnie” Boyd and challengers Anthony T. Foster, Mike McNally, Jimmy Ramage and Rodney Wilson;
• District 1, with incumbent Betty Baxter and challengers Lynette Andres, Gerald Douglas Holland and Johnny Turvin;
• District 2, with incumbent Alexandria M. Griffin and challengers Charlie Bell, Jessica Collier, Stacy Flournoy and Latisher Hall;
• District 3, with incumbent Margaret Ross and challengers Henry “Hendock” Everett and Angie Kelly;
• District 4, with incumbent Byron Gaynor and challenger Paula “Wilson” Hall;
• District 5, with incumbent Christopher Foster and challengers James “Sid” Jones and Marilyn “Munchie” Rodgers.
All polling takes place at Brundidge Station. Masks are not required but are recommended and social distancing practices will be in place.