U.S. Senators Chambliss and Isakson issued statements following President Obama’s Sept. 10 speech.
Gwinnett one of a dozen Georgia counties in which the activities of the New Georgia Project are under scrutiny.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jason Carter launched a new social platform last week.
Lamda Legal — which represents group of plaintiffs including gay couple from Snellville — argued against Attorney General Sam Olens’ motion to dismiss.
George Birnbaum, former chief of staff to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, was the guest speaker at the Sept. 4 Gwinnett Tea Party meeting.
The Gwinett County Board of Commissioners held a two-hour informal discussion on Sept. 2 regarding how to have productive discussions.
Republican Gov. Nathan Deal and Democratic challenger Jason Carter issued education-related announcements during the past week.
Rep. Rob Woodall describes a robust immigration policy as “the secret to American success.”
Former military intelligence officer Edward Hayes and Refugee Resettlement Relief Executive Director Joe Newton are scheduled to address the Gwinnett Tea Party.
The state Republican Party has set a deadline of Sunday at 5 p.m. for applications to replace the candidate who died Tuesday.
During a visit to Gwinnett, Carter said state is falling behind. Deal campaign disputes claim, touts job creation and labor pool growth.
Michael Brown, Republican candidate for State House District 98, was unopposed on the November ballot.
State Sen. Jason Carter spoke to the Gwinnett Rotary on Aug. 19 and said his campaign is reaching out to every corner of the county.
For the 10 months following Dec. 3, 2009, a special grand jury met every other Friday to investigate land acquisitions by the Gwinnett County governtment. The testimony they heard is no longer shrouded in secrecy.
The senate candidate vows to fight for the repeal of the healthcare law if elected.
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