Steady turnout in Southeast Georgia for Senate runoffs
Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, are challenging incumbent Republicans’ David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler in the race that will determine which party will control the Senate. No matter who wins these races, there will be a razor-thin majority in the Senate. In an AP VoteCast survey of voters, among those who voted for Perdue – 57% approve of how Georgia Gov. Among those who voted for Ossoff, 44% approve of Kemp’s handling on the election results, compared to 54% who disapprove. Even Jacksonville television was saturated with political advertising with the candidates doing everything they could to reach Georgia voters in the viewing area.
Micah Morris honored as All-Star Athlete
Micah is a senior on the football team at Camden County High School. He is a dual enrollment student with Coastal Pines Technical College and is projected to earn 49 college credits by December. Micah will graduate early from high school and has committed to playing offensive line for the University of Georgia starting in spring 2021. Micah has been named first-team All-State two years in a row and first-team All-Region three years in a row. He volunteers with Justin’s Miracle Field in Camden County.
Kayla Ellis honored as All-Star Athlete
Kayla Ellis is a senior on the varsity basketball team at Camden County High School. She also competes with the Visual Ensemble Team and has been in dance for three years. She has received regional basketball awards from honorable mention to All-Region Team. She is a member of the National Honor Society the Future Business Leaders of America, where she has competed in financial math and won region award. She tutors other students in math through clubs at her school.
Camden County girl wrestling champ wants her due
CAMDEN COUNTY, Ga. - Camden County High School is known for its competitive wrestling. The school produced five state champions in 2019: four boys and one girl. But that girl, Alexa Downs, said shes not getting her due from her high school. Downs, the countys first female state wrestling champion, said shes not receiving the same recognition as her male counterparts. She was also left off the teams website and yearbook on the pages dedicated to honoring all the other wrestling champions.