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Candidates for two Gwinnett County Board of Education seats said school resources officers can be beneficial, but they are split about how many officers the district needs and whether other types of resources, such as counselors, are needed as well to keep students safe.

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Longtime District Attorney Danny Porter, who is running for a final term of office, filed an ethics complaint with the State Ethics Commission, alleging his opponent, Patsy Austin-Gatson, her husband, Travis, and former sheriffs candidate Curtis Clemons have been violating campaign ethics laws for months.

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Gov. Brian Kemp highlighted improving COVID-19 novel coronavirus disease numbers at public appearances this week, but he hesitated to say when he expects to stop renewing his public health state of emergency declarations meant to address the ongoing pandemic.

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ATLANTA - President Donald Trump has opened up a lead on Democratic challenger Joe Biden in Georgia, according to the first poll released since last week’s Republican National Convention.

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Georgia Republican Party Chairman David Shafer, a resident of Duluth, represented Georgia in the Republican National Convention Roll Call as the delegate votes from each state were cast for the party's presidential nominee. 

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As Gwinnettians struggle with the financial impact of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus disease pandemic, they got some good news from county commissioners on Tuesday.

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Gwinnett County’s business leaders are encouraging the county’s voters to support an education special purpose local option sales tax referendum that will appear on the general election ballot this fall.

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With more than half of Gwinnett County's precincts still listed as "partially counted," Superior Court Judge Kathryn Schrader's bid to be re-elected appeared to potentially be headed for a defeat at the hands of Magistrate Judge Deborah Fluker.

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Absentee ballots can be opened a week earlier than usual ahead of elections in Georgia following emergency steps the State Election Board took Monday to help ease a vote-tally bottleneck amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the upcoming Nov. 3 general election.

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Gwinnett County voters, particularly Democrats, will head to the polls this week to settle party nominees — and the winner of one nonpartisan judicial race — for a few more races.

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