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A look at the 2014 election contests — from county commissioner to congressman — set after a week-long candidate qualifying period.
With a final day left on the qualifying period for the 2014 election, Gwinnett ballots are getting long due to crowded races for U.S. Senate and state school superintendent, along with other contests.
Gov. Nathan Deal give’s the governor’s environmental address at a revived Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful event Thursday.
State Sen. Jason Carter, the grandson of President Jimmy Carter, qualified Wednesday for the 2014 election for governor in Georgia, highlighting the third day of a qualifying period for candidates in Georgia.
Grayson Mayor Allison Wilkerson was among those honored this week at the Capitol at a Women’s History Month event, and Gwinnett’s three female chief judges will be the honorees at a Gwinnett League of Women Voters event this weekend.
A complete list of the candidates who have filed this week for the 2014 election season.
With a vote of 171-4, a proposal to allow for the use of medical marijuana in Georgia passes the state House of Representatives.
David Hancock of the Gwinnett Tea Party will run in the House District 98 race this year, he announced Monday.
Candidates for U.S. Senate, local offices kick of election season
Candidates file paperwork for office as candidate qualifying period begins Monday.
While state law says Sen. Don Balfour can be repaid for lawyers who defended the charges he was acquitted of last year, challenger Mike Beaudreau is calling for the money to come from his campaign.
Hoping to return more control of curriculum to schools, senators pass a measure that could allow Georgia to withdraw from the national common core standards for education.
Gov. Nathan Deal will deliver an environmental address hosted by Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful March 6.
Sen. David Shafer, R-Duluth, sponsored a proposed constitutional amendment that would limit the state income tax to the current 6 percent.
The Georgia GOP hosted a debate Saturday at Brenau University in Gainesville of the Republican candidates in the upcoming U.S. Senate race to replace Saxby Chambliss, who plans to retire at the end of the year.
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Beaudreau says Balfour's attorney's fees should come from campaign
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Senate candidates to debate in Gainesville this weekend
- GRTA director Jannine Miller resigns
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Dacula Day to be held Tuesday at Capitol
- Gov. Deal extends state of emergency through Sunday, urges continued caution
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Storm response makes waves in governor’s race
- Gov. Deal discusses state response to snow
- Gov. Deal to work on Capitol honor for Martin Luther King
- Sen. David Shafer addresses Gwinnett Chamber to preview legislative session
- Congressmen hold field hearing on Obamacare in Gainesville
- Arrested Dacula official remains on city council
- Library Board of Trustees approves salary increase
- Snellville officials offer training on meeting rules
- 2014 ballots set for Georgia, Gwinnett
- Drivers services head gets new role
- Dacula seeks to annex properties
- Michelle Nunn, John Barge qualify for Georgia ballots
- Gov. Deal says Georgia's environment and jobs linked
- Georgia unemployment claims in January at lowest point since ‘06
- New Norcross planner Jon Davis to focus on revitalization
- At Creekland Middle, Holocaust survivor shares life story
- Top 10 most popular stories from March 3-9
- School lunch menus for the week of March 10
- Expo benefitting Sugar Hill outdoor classroom to feature 5K
- GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: GSMST wins TEAM competition
- North Gwinnett Middle's Law named Principal of the Year
- GGC awarded grant to recruit, retain women in technology
- Riverside Elementary third-graders pen thankful journals
- Student artwork to be spotlighted in March
- AT&T gives $50K to GCPS Foundation