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TSPLOST: How did Your Neighborhood Vote?

The transportation sales tax failed in DeKalb County by 51%-49%, which means a lot of people in the county voted yes. Fill out one of the fields below and find out out how your neighborhood voted.

The transportation sales tax failed in DeKalb County by 51 percent to 49 percent, which means a lot of people in the county voted yes.

Fill out one of the fields above and find out out how your neighborhood voted.

For a recap of Tuesday's coverage of the TSPLOST vote, visit our blog and join the ongoing debate about the issue.

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Ralph Ellis August 02, 2012 at 11:23 AM
How did your precinct vote on TSPLOST?
clm1950 August 02, 2012 at 02:27 PM
My precinct voted Yes.
Nick August 02, 2012 at 03:46 PM
Wow, this is cool! "NO" by 1 vote for my precinct, I hope that was mine!
bulldogger August 02, 2012 at 03:48 PM
If any of you expected the City of Decatur Proper to vote not to approve this referendum, you have not been paying enough attention to your neighbors. The City of Decatur is the most liberal area within the entire metro area and always goes this way. We have another vote on November 6, 2012 - anybody remember? The TSPLOST vote was a "rinky dink" thing......the vote on 11/6/12 will determine the future of our country and whether we will become more like the european countries or return to the wonderful days of yesteryear. Knowing how Decatur votes, I hold out no hope that anything will be different in that vote; however, this is just a very small part of the whole and I expect a very different outcome from the Greatest Country in the World than the Decatur voters will produce.
narwanna August 02, 2012 at 04:32 PM
@c it is a shame all did not vote YES!, they want to complain but never want to provide and help with the solution but want to bask in the sun of glory when it works. We will never move to a higher ground of events in Georgia like the Olympics again we complain too much, we dont really want head way or growth or to better we want to complain.

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