One of the most controversial votes on the July 31 primary ballot is a referendum on whether to approve the T-SPLOST, a tax that would finance the Transportation Investment Act.
An often ignored Clayton County law, that barred county employees from seeking local elected offices, is — as the famous book title goes — “Gone With the Wind.”
Former U.S. Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich dominated his opponents in Clayton County in Georgia’s “Super Tuesday” presidential primary, much the same way he took the rest of the state — by double-digits.
A second high-profile figure in Clayton County has announced plans to unseat County Commission Chairman Eldrin Bell later this year.
A wide-open field of Republican presidential candidates has not translated into long lines at the Clayton County Elections and Registration Office, according to the county’s top elections official.