Recount confirms Woods as GOP state superintendent...
by Staff Reports
09:58 AM, Friday, August 01
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp Thursday certified the recount for the July 22 primary runoff election results for the Republican state school superintendent candidates, confirming Richard L. Woods edged Michael L. “Mike” Buck with 50.09 per...

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