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October 30--  Election officials say advance voting in Vidalia's city council election has been light.

Voting Registrar Carey Alligood reports about 300 people had voted at close of voting on Tuesday and her office has received about 30 absentee ballots.

Registered voters can vote in advance through Friday at five p.m. at the Vidalia Police Department.

There are two city council races in Tuesday's city election. 

Former Vidalia Police Chief Frank Waits and accountant Bob Dixon are running for the at-large city council seat being vacated by Kailey Dees.  The 4th Ward seat being vacated by Lisa Chesser is between corporate executive Loyd Mobley and Logan Lawrence, an Information and Research Services Director for a local law firm.

There is only one place to vote on Tuesday.  All voters will vote at the Vidalia Police Department in the Municipal Annex.  Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.

You can hear election results Tuesday night after the polls close on Your Favorite 98Q  (FM 97.7), Sweet Onion Country 1017 FM and NewsTalk WVOP, AM 970 and 105.3 FM and streaming at courtesy of the Peoples Bank.