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POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Cities preparing for election qualifying this week

Political Notebook for Aug. 30, 2015.

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Lawrenceville councilman Tony Powell running for re-election

Lawrenceville city council member Tony Powell is running for re-election.

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Harris lays out vision for Duluth in re-election announcement

Duluth Mayor Nancy Harris laid out her vision for the city’s future growth during her announcement that she will seek a third term in office.

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State Rep. Hugh Floyd will not seek re-election to House seat

Seven-term legislator will leave office after 2016 session

State Rep. Hugh Floyd (D-Norcross) says he will not seek re-election when his current term ends next year.

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Snellville mayor pro tem announces bid for mayor

Tom Witts was first elected to the council in 2009.

Buford voters easily approve funding for new high school

While cost for the new school is projected to be about $50 million, the city already has $14 million in sales-tax funds in escrow, and at least $8 million in growth funds for the same purpose.

POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Gwinnett Democrats focused on future

Party chair says “All is not lost.”

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Perdue win validates anti-Obama strategy

In his bid for the U.S. Senate, Republican David Perdue pressed a one-track strategy of hammering his Democratic opponent as a lackey of President Barack Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.

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Gov. Nathan Deal pledges education review in second term

Deal said revamping the state’s system for funding K-12 education and continuing his work on criminal justice will be priorities.

Supporters of MARTA expansion declare victory

A measure that would expand metro Atlanta's regional transit system into more areas south of the city has been approved by a wide margin.

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Ga. Attorney Sam General Olens defeats Democrat Greg Hecht

Republican Sam Olens has won his race for re-election as Georgia's attorney general.

Republican Woods wins Georgia schools post

Republican Richard Woods has won the race for state schools superintendent.

Butler beats Shipp in Ga. labor commissioner race

Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler has won his race for a second-term.

Ga. voters back amendment capping income tax rate

Voters have adopted an amendment freezing Georgia's top marginal income tax rate.

Georgia Democrats complain of voting problems

Georgia Democrats and civil rights activists complained of voting problems Tuesday, and blamed the state's top elections official, Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp.

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