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One DeKalb school board incumbent poised to win; another may face runoff

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...Janet Hughes had the second highest votes in that race, following by Venola Mason. Another incumbent, Allyson Gevertz, had a commanding lead in the District 4 race over Bonnie Chappell.... ...Gevertz was absent when the superintendent was fired last month, but has been critical of the board's decision. The District 2 race also appeared too close to call. Candice McKinley and Whitney McGinniss had the most votes, followed by Steven Bowden and Wendy Hamilton....

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Cobb County school board races take shape after primary

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...The race is on for two seats on the Cobb County Board of Election after Tuesday's primary election. With all precincts reporting, the race for the District 2 seat was narrowed to two candidates: Republican Stephen M. George, Jr., and Democrat Becky Sayler.... ...In the District 6 seat, Democrat Nichelle Davis does not have a Republican challenger. She would fill the seat Charisse Davis is vacating in the newly reshaped district. The results posted to the Georgia Secretary of State website are considered unofficial until certified....

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Max Cleland eulogized as a "force of nature"

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...Former U.S. Max Cleland was remembered Wednesday as a "force of nature" who overcame horrific wounds during the Vietnam War to selflessly serve his nation in Congress and the Veterans Administration.... ...During Wednesday's service, Jason Carter, the Democratic nominee for Georgia governor in 2014 and grandson of Jimmy Carter, read five letters sent by Carter, President Joe Biden, former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, and 2004 Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry, a fellow...

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In Gwinnett school board race, Knudsen takes commanding lead - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...With 95% of precincts reporting, Adrienne Simmons, a Georgia Department of Education assessment specialist, received the most votes, as of 1 a.m. Wednesday.... ...Jason Getz / [email protected] Tony Sellers, a retired teacher, and Matt Sones, a policy analyst, were the other candidates in the race. Everton Blair, who currently holds the District 4 seat, did not seek reelection....

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Dacula flower farmer poised to win Democratic nod for ag commissioner - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Nakita Hemingway appeared to win the Democratic nomination for Georgia agriculture commissioner in Tuesday's primary election. Hemingway, a Dacula cut-flower farmer and real estate agent, had a substantial lead over state Rep.... ...The agriculture commissioner oversees a department with a variety of responsibilities. Among other things, it enforces food safety regulations, marketing Georgia crops and verifying the quality and quantity of motor fuels sold at pumps....

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How election denial lost in Georgia's GOP race for secretary of state - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...From the moment Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger defied Donald Trump, his chances of reelection were in serious doubt.... ...Raffensperger advanced to the general election, leaving Democrats as the ones forced into a runoff because no candidate won a majority Tuesday. Raffensperger will face the winner of a June 21 Democratic runoff between state Rep. Bee Nguyen and former state Rep. Dee Dawkins-Haigler....

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Three newcomers, plus incumbent win Fulton County school board races - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Votes are still being tallied in all four Fulton County Board of Education races. Only 61% of the precincts had reported as of 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the race for District 6. Board Vice-President Kimberly Dove is currently leading over challenger LaTonya Martin Rogers.... ...Fulton County elections officials said they expected results by 5 p.m. For the District 2 seat, Pozatek had a slight lead, with one precinct remaining in her race against Brittany Griffin. McCabe had the edge in the District 5 race against Kimberly Ware....

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Editor's Note: Asking why again. Again.

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...I"m writing this column the morning after the horrific elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, as the entire nation mourns the lives of those 19 children and questions what is wrong with our modern society that these senseless murders keep happening.... ...As I look from my perch in the community, I see young people, who with grace and courage, are accomplishing a milestone that was so abruptly and cruelly taken away from these children in Texas....

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Across metro Atlanta, incumbents dominate school board races

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...But incumbent Diijon DaCosta, who voted to oust the superintendent, appears headed to a runoff against challenger Janet Hughes, who had the second highest votes in that race.... ...In the District 3 Republican primary, incumbent John Harmon easily defeated Cam Waters, endorsed by the 1776 Project PAC. Harmon will face Democrat Katie McRee in November. District 4 incumbent, Rick Steiner beat Chris Gregory, a challenger supported by the same PAC....

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Incumbent Woods to battle Searcy for Georgia school superintendent - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Incumbent Richard Woods clobbered his Republican opponent in the GOP primary for state school superintendent Tuesday night, and will likely face Democrat Alisha Thomas Searcy in the November general election.... ...Democrats chose Searcy over three other candidates who lagged far behind: Clayton County teacher James Morrow Jr., Cobb County school board member and dentist Jaha Howard and Atlanta lawyer Currey Hitchens....



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