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Tweet BUT WILL THE LAW BE UPHELD? Dear Editor: The following letter was sent to Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp: December 8, 2011 Secretary of State Kemp, by certified mail: Georgia O.C.G.A. Elections Title 21, Chapter 2 specifies the procedure for qualifying candidates. O.C.G.A. 21-2-5(c) specifies that “The Secretary of State shall determine if [...]
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