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This Week in GeorgiaGov: Elected Officials

Vote Again December 4

November 20, 2018

The next statewide election will be held Tuesday, December 4.

Run-off elections this day will settle two contests from the November 6 General Election. 

Vote July 24 in the Run-Off Elections

July 18, 2018

The next statewide election will be held Tuesday, July 24.

Several run-off elections this day will determine final candidates for the November 6 General Election. 

Message from our State Superintendent

March 24, 2015

Richard Woods, Georgia's new State School Superintendent, shares words of welcome to the constituents of Georgia.

Tree Lightings in Georgia

December 9, 2014

Learn more about the 2 tree lighting ceremonies held in Georgia each year.

General Primary Runoff Unofficial Results In

July 23, 2014

Georgia voters decided on a variety of elected officials yesterday.

Read Across Georgia: Building a Strong Foundation for the Future

March 5, 2014

The State of Georgia kicked-off “Read Across Georgia” month in March, an initiative launched by First Lady Sandra Deal to raise literacy proficiency levels among Georgia’s youth.

Technical Education Increases in Georgia

June 25, 2013

Technical training in Georgia has been on the rise for the past seven years, with much effort from the state government to establish Georgia as the economic growth hub of the Southeast.

Lawyers Fight Hunger with the Legal Food Frenzy

April 17, 2013

Did you know that nearly 60% of Georgia’s public school students are eligible for either a free or reduced lunch at school each day? So where do these children go for a complete and balanced meal during the summer months when they are at home?

Attorney General Supports Campaign to Curb Human Trafficking

April 4, 2013

[Update: Since this blog post was published, Georgia has partnered with other states in a new anti-trafficking program, "Demand an End." Read about it on the

Improving the Health of Georgia's Youngest Learners

December 19, 2012

Childhood obesity in Georgia is reaching an epidemic level. As many schools are scaling back their participation in the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act, Georgia is providing incentives to schools to serve better food to students. 

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