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Small business owner and former adjunct law professor Gary Gerrard announced his plans to run Wednesday.
Elections, The Neighborhood Files
When the qualifier to serve out the remaining term of former Loganville City Councilman Dan Curry closed at noon Wednesday, two candidates had qualified to run for the seat.
When the qualifier to serve out the remaining term of the late Mayor Ray Nunley closed at noon Wednesday, Dan Curry was the only person to qualify.
There will be a special election on June 18, 2013, to fulfill the remaining six months of former Mayor Ray Nunley's term and the remaining two and a half years of Councilman Dan Curry's council seat. Curry resigned his council post to run for mayor.
Former Walton County Commissioner and before that Loganville City Councilman Chuck Bagley announced he will seek a seat on the Loganville City Council in the upcoming special election.
Sheldon announced her plans to run for Rep. Paul Broun's District 10 open seat in 2014.
U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss has blamed frustration with Washington, a lack of leadership in the White House and gridlock in the Senate for his decision not to seek a third term in the U.S. Senate.
After losing his position as Walton County coroner to challenger Richard Jenkins in a runoff in August, Joe Page confirmed he was reappointed to serve out Jenkins' term after his surprise resignation Thursday.
White House forum draws attention from disappointed voters in more than a dozen states.
Mitt Romney won 98 of Gwinnett's 156 precincts.
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