State House 104 Race to Be Decided Dec. 3

The Georgia State House 104 runoff will be held Tuesday, Dec. 3. Credit: Kristi Reed
The Georgia State House 104 runoff will be held Tuesday, Dec. 3. Credit: Kristi Reed
The State House 104 runoff between Teresa Cantrell and Chuck Efstration will be decided on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Cantrell and Efstration received the highest number of votes out of the original field of four candidates during the Nov. 5 election. 

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.

For more information about the candidates, visit their Dacula Patch blogs:

Additional voting information, including sample ballots and polling locations, is available on the My Voter Page on the Georgia Secretary of State website.
SLR December 02, 2013 at 02:14 PM
I wonder what it says about a candidate (Chuck Efstration) when their signs are posted illegally all over Dacula.
Walter Patterson December 02, 2013 at 03:41 PM
To SLR, I've been involved with many campaigns dating back to my grandfather's commission race when I was 16, I'm 43 now to give you an idea how long I've been at it. Campaign season is always a funny thing, signs are every where and I'm sure once in a while someone will think that a sign is posted illegally when it's not. I would think, really I know, that a candidate like Chuck who has worked with Danny Porter, wouldn't put a sign out in an illegal manner. I mean honestly, how would it look for a former prosecutor to get a fine for signs in the wrong area? There are rules for it. More times than not, what has happened is that some inexperienced college kids have placed signs in the wrong place. But that's not been the case with Chuck. His campaign team knows where and how to place signs. Honestly, I take your comment to be nothing more than a last minute slam of an upstanding candidate and resident of Gwinnett County.
American Patriot December 02, 2013 at 06:58 PM
We have enough lawyers in the state legislator. Voting for Teresa Cantrell tomorrow. Besides the signs I can't tell you how annoyed I am with Chuck's robo calls. At least Teresa and her campaign staff had the courtesy to out and meet people by going door to door and talking to them. That style tells me all I need to know about the two candidates.
Walter Patterson December 02, 2013 at 08:32 PM
I'm guessing we'll never know if American Patriot ever got a visit from Chuck since you're using a pseudonyme but he has been out there going door to door. The yard sign thing that you and SLR are talking about is just hog wash in Hog Mountain!! And yes Teresa's camp has made calls too! On another point if you had bothered to check, attorneys in the GA State Legislative body make up less than 20%. It's one of the lowest in the nation. I'm guessing we actually have more insurance people elected to office than attorneys. If you look at the Gwinnett delegation, both Republicans and Democrats, Chuck would be 1 of 3 or 4 attorneys total. A small number for the size of the Gwinnett delegation.
American Patriot December 02, 2013 at 11:23 PM
1% of lawyers would be too many for me. Every R candidate knows my address and where I stand on the issues. Chuck knows who I am. He doesn't have the fortitude to publicly debate me. He reminds me of Mike Boudreaux. Only hope enough people come out tomorrow to vote against him.
jsid December 03, 2013 at 07:36 PM
SLR - what makes you think that Chuck's campaign had anything to do with the placement of signs? I have seen many of Teresa's sign that have been placed illegally, even ones that were just placed today. But we do understand you grasping at straws at the runoff. "American Patriot" - if you want to throw somebody under the bus, at least make sure you spell their name correctly. It's Beadreau. Not that there is anything wrong with Mike, but what the heck does that have to do with Chuck and his campaign?! How about sticking to relevant topics. If you feel so against Chuck, and instead of showing zero credibility on this blog, why not educate people on factual things that are keeping you from voting for him?! Again, FACTUAL, not opinions. Good luck with that!


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