A virtual debate between the two candidates for the District 50 seat for the Georgia House of Representatives will be put on by a group of high school student leaders from Johns Creek.
Former Vice-President Joe Biden picks Gwinnettians to lead two of his community outreach groups in Georgia and a Republican unity rally is scheduled to take place in Lawrenceville this weekend.
Gwinnett County Commissioner Marlene Fosque was recently picked to serve in a committee leadership role for the National Association of Counties.
Early voting, or advance in-person voting as it is officially called, for the general election will be held from Oct. 12 to Oct. 30.
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.
The Gwinnett County district attorney race took a new dramatic turn Monday when the Democratic candidate, Patsy Austin-Gatson, filed a libel and slander lawsuit against her opponent, incumbent DA Danny Porter.
International water technology company Siemens is joining Gwinnett County's The Water Tower center for water innovation, research and development and training in Buford.
If you ask the candidates running for the three open Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners seats whether they will vote in favor of the county's transit referendum, you'll get both yeses and nos.
Republicans are rallying around a write-in candidate for Gwinnett Board of Education District 5 while Stacey Abrams has endorsed Nikki Merritt and 7th congressional District candidates Rich McCormick and Carolyn Bourdeaux announce new groups of supporters.
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.
The head of the Georgia NAACP is clarifying a statement he made praising that ended up on a campaign flyer for state Rep. Chuck Efstration's re-election campaign.
Georgia’s top elections official is facing backlash from voting rights groups and a former secretary of state over allegations he made this week on double voting in the state’s June 9 primary.
U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., stood before a packed dining room full of supporters during a campaign appearance at Mojitos Cuban American Bistro in Peachtree Corners this past week, and her biggest supporter in Georgia was standing just off stage among the crowd:Gov. Brian Kemp.
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.
The Gwinnett Board of Commissioners voted 3-2 against sending out absentee-by-mail ballot applications for the November general election.
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.
A federal judge has extended the time Georgia election officials can accept absentee ballots if they are received up to three days after the general election on Nov. 3.
ATLANTA — Top Republican candidates in Georgia vying to fill former U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson’s term in the U.S. Senate rolled out big-name backers on the campaign trail this week ahead of the Nov. 3 special election.
The Gwinnett County Democratic Party launched a nearly $200,000 campaign on Thursday to drive voter turnout and protect voting rights during the build up to the general election in November.
The Lawrenceville City Council is going to decide next week whether to sell the city's water distribution system to Gwinnett County.
Officials from the county and the Rowen Foundation expect it will generate an estimated 18,500 jobs in the next 15 years and eventually as many as 100,000 jobs in the long-term.
New details have emerged on why former Johns Creek Police Chief Chris Byers was pushed out of his job earlier this month as well as the hundreds of thousands of dollars he is receiving as part of a resignation settlement.
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.
U.S. Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., does not believe the federal government should be telling school systems how to handle their reopening plans amid the COVID-19 novel coronavirus disease pandemic.
Gwinnett County Board of Education Steve Knudsen apologized publicly on Thursday for some retweeting Twitter posts that questioned the value of diversity and criticized Islam before he joined the county's school board, and said they don't reflect who he is.
The head of the health district that includes Gwinnett County had some good news for the county's school board on Thursday night: the number of new cases of COVID-19 in the county has been on a week-by-week decline recently.
Brooks Coleman will lead Rich McCormick's Education Advisory Council, state Rep. Jasmine Clark is set to host a community forum on a variety of issues on Monday and candidate forums for local offices have been scheduled.
In the ongoing debate between Democrat Jon Ossoff and U.S. Sen. David Perdue over, well, debates, Georgia's senior senator shot back definitively on Wednesday.
As the second night of the Democratic National Convention began, Democrats from across the country — including state Rep. Sam Park, D-Lawrenceville — were shown in a video compilation talking about why the COVID-19 novel coronavirus disease pandemic has impacted the stakes in the presidential election.
Gwinnett County's nearly 600,000 voters will have to wait two more weeks to find out if the county will send them mail-in ballot applications for this fall's general election.
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.
Hospital systems across the northeast Georgia region — including Northeast Georgia Medical Center — are getting a total of 10,000 face shields from U.S. Rep Doug Collins, the congressman's office has announced.
The Gwinnett Chamber's Board of Directors has voted to endorse passage of the referendum that will appear on Gwinnett ballots in November.
State Rep. Chuck Efstration introduces COVID-19 response plan and state Rep. Karen Bennett praises choice of U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris as Joe Biden's vice-presidential running mate.
To state Rep. Brett Harrell, R-Snellville, there are several issues with Georgia keeping the death penalty, but the biggest one he raised in a video chat with reporters this past week was cost.
After four decades in municipal government, including more than two decades with the city of Norcross, City Manager Rudolph Smith is preparing to retire.
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.
Democrat Jasper Watkins and Republican Ben Archer will face each other in the general election for Gwinnett County Commission District 3 in November.
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.
Democrat Nikki Merritt will face incumbent Republican state Sen. P.K. Martin this fall for Martin's state Senate District 9 seat.
Controversial businesswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene won the Republican primary runoff election for Georgia’s 14th Congressional District Tuesday night, all but guaranteeing her a seat in Congress representing the reliably Republican northwestern part of the state.
Former Gwinnett County community outreach director Nicole Love Hendrickson is one step closer to potentially making county history.
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.
State Rep. Beth Moore has responded to the controversy surrounding photos that surfaced on social media of a crowded hallway in a Paulding County high school by establishing an email hotline to let parents, students and teachers report safety issues in Georgia schools during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.