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Congressman Rob Woodall, State Rep. Pedro Marin and District III Gwinnett Board of Education member Dr. Mary Kay Murphy retain their posts in races of interest to Duluth.
Duluth and Gwinnett County voters go to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 6, to decide president, congressman, state and local races.
Here are the unofficial figures in the Tuesday runoffs for Gwinnett Superior and State Court positions.
Vote counts in national, state and local races in the July Primary of interest to Duluth citizens.
Here are vote counts for three Gwinnett Superior, State and Probate Court contests from the July 31 Primary. Two races to require runoffs Aug. 21.
It’s important to vote to have a say-so in how government is run. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 31.
Here’s a rundown of the candidates and issues in the Tuesday, July 31 Primary, along with sample ballots for Duluth residents.
City issues possible quorum notice about ice cream social at Chocolate Perks July 24 for Gwinnett Commission candidate Jace Brooks.
The special election to fill the unexpired term of former Gwinnett commissioner Shirley Lasseter will be conducted the same day as the General Election.
Candidates qualify to run for three Gwinnett Superior, State and Probate Court vacancies created by retiring judges.
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