Rep. Jones announces she will not seek re-election
by Tom Spigolon
09:52 AM, Monday, March 30
District 62 State Rep. LaDawn Jones, D-Atlanta, said last week she would not seek re-election to a third term in 2016 to her House seat representing part of Douglas County. Jones, an Atlanta attorney, said she decided to make the change to create ...

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