Incumbent Joyce Chandler and Democratic challenger Renita Hamilton will square off for second time.
Incumbent Lynette Howard and challenger Jay Trevari outline issues facing the citizens of District 2.
Incumbent Rep. Rob Woodall and democratic challenger Thomas Wight discuss their reasons for running and their top priorities if elected.
Democrat Timothy Swiney and Republican P.K. Martin are running for State Senate District 9.
Republicans to host annual chili cook-off on Saturday, Oct. 25.
Longtime lawmaker came in last in three-man primary.
Nearly 3,700 absentee ballots have been issued to date.
All three gubernatorial candidates and all three senatorial candidates have confirmed their participation in the October debates.
The bipartisan legislation is aimed at increasing government accountability.
Thomas Wight, who is running for the 7th Congressional District, also said there should be no amnesty for those who violate immigration laws.
Rep. Rob Woodall discussed the Islamic State at the Sept. 25 Rotary Club of South Gwinnett meeting.
According to Rep. Rob Woodall, the recent Congressional vote to support a military campaign against ISIS did virtually nothing to change American posture in that part of the Middle East. The vision presented by President Obama simply publicized existing policy.
The amendment would prohibit future increases in the state income tax rate.
More than 1,500 ballots have already been mailed.
Rep. Rob Woodall touted as “true champion” for American small business owners.
Candidates David Perdue and Michelle Nunn call on former White House occupants in bid to win Georgia Senate seat.
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