12:23 pm October 27, 2010, by Aaron Gould Sheinin
The most recent series of polling in the race for governor in Georgia show the contest most likely headed to a runoff.
If Democrat Roy Barnes, Republican Nathan Deal or Libertarian John Monds fail to get a majority of the vote on Tuesday, then the top two finishers will face off again on Nov. 30 in a runoff election.
For many, the idea of a runoff is akin to getting a triple root canal. But for others, primarily Barnes and Monds, a runoff could mean they’re hopes remain alive.
How about you? Are you rooting for another trip to the polls the Tuesday after Thanksgiving? Or are you hoping all this is over on Tuesday?
Sound off below, and if you’re willing to be interviewed for a story on the topic, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, age, your city of residence and your thoughts.
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