Recount ahead in GOP state school superintendent race
by Staff Reports
04:05 PM, Tuesday, July 29
The Georgia secretary of state’s office Tuesday announced it will hold a recount in the Republican state school superintendent primary runoff election between Richard Woods and Michael L. “Mike” Buck. Woods won the July 22 runoff with 50.1 percent...

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