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Join Stefan Ritter, Georgia's Senior State Attorney General, on Tuesday, Feb. 19, as he leads a community session: Georgia's Open Meetings and Open Records Act.
If you are still weighing your options, I would like to quickly walk you through what I’ve learned researching this campaign and where I stand as a result.
I am so grateful to everyone who’s supported me especially the droves of Republicans who have crossed party lines to make a stand with me for fiscal responsibility and outstanding education.
Thank you to everyone who came out Monday for the Candidate Forum in Peachtree Corners. The evening was certainly illuminating.
GCPS is the only district in the state with what should be raised expectations thanks to the IE2 contract, but instead we have low graduation rates, especially among minorities.
This week marks one year since I first decided to run for office. We have just one short month before the election and this has already been the most eye-opening experience in my career.
The League of Women Voters sent me a few questions to answer this week. I thought voters may want to take a look at my responses to tough questions.
The good news is that overall SAT scores in Gwinnett County are up this year over last year. The bad news is that two high schools in District III have reported SAT scores lower than last year.
It brings me no joy to say it, but the school board – including the District III incumbent – is out of touch.
I know that many people in District 3 have felt for a long time that no listens or cares when they cry foul. But it appears that at last, the winds of change are starting to blow through here.
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