Hall County Panel Votes Down Bilingual Ballot

  Thanks to new member Craig Lutz, the Hall County Elections Board voted 3-2 on Tuesday to rescind an April vote to adopt new Spanish language ballots for county and state elections. The panel’s two Democrats voted against rescinding, and newcomer Lutz joined a...

Hall County Bilingual Ballot Battle

  Thanks to new member Craig Lutz, the Hall County Elections Board is set to vote tomorrow on whether to ratify or reject bilingual ballots — a move opposed by liberal groups including the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia. The board agreed last April to...

Dentons’ ‘Policy Scan 2018’ a Handy Guide

  Eric Tanenblatt, the Atlanta-based chair of the Dentons US law firm public policy practice, yesterday unveiled a useful 2018 federal and state public policy guide. There are a wide variety of domestic and foreign policy issues that will be vying for priority on...

Two More Jan. 9th Legislative Special Elections

The state’s legislative elections aren’t over just yet. On January 9th, there are two special elections to fill two vacant seats— one in the state Senate and one in the House of Representatives. Former Rep. Brian Strickland, R-McDonough, left his House seat to run for...

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