Even though the 2012 elections are right around the corner, candidates are already looking at 2016.
With all the negative publicity both presidential candidates are receiving, many Repubicans and Democrats seem less than eager to vote in the coming elections. The phrase "lesser of two evils" is heard often. Ignoring present elections and who may or may not be the incumbent in 2016, who would you choose as the 2016 dream team? Who would you nominate for president, vice-president, secretary of state, secretary of defense? Would you choose a familiar face, like Sarah Palin, Paul Ryan or Hillary Clinton for president? Or someone new? The New York Times offers some thoughts on possible democratic candidates, including Clinton, Massachussetts governor Deval L. Patrick and Chicago's Rahm Emanuel. Tell us your choice in the comment section!
The chairman of the BOC will make the address at a Gwinnett Chamber meeting.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Updated Feb. 14, 2012 Gwinnett Board Of Commissioners Chairman Charlotte Nash will make the annual State Of The County speech Wednesday (Feb. 15) as part of a Gwinnett Chamber Of Commerce program. The event/speech will be at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Nash was elected in 2011 to fill the unexpired term of former Chairman Charles Bannister, who resigned amid a grand jury probe into questionable land deals. Nash therefore will be up for re-election in 2012. She has said that it is "too early" to make a formal announcement about her plans. , some from prominent Gwinnett figures. In her first year, Nash has helped the county to a balanced budget for fiscal year 2012 (not needing reserve funds, as it did in 2011), and has …