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Category: Public Policy & Leadership Development

Public Policy Update – 2022 Primary Runoff Election Results for Gwinnett
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Public Policy Update – 2022 Primary Runoff Election Results for Gwinnett

Yesterday’s runoff election concluded the 2022 primary election cycle where voters decided who will be the party nominee for several races. Voters who chose a republican or democrat ballot during the May 24 primary election could not switch party ballots for the June 21 runoff. Click here to view the runoff election results. United States...

Gwinnett Chamber Signs MOU with Georgia-Pakistan Business Council
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Gwinnett Chamber Signs MOU with Georgia-Pakistan Business Council

The Gwinnett Chamber and the Georgia-Pakistan Business Council (GAPAKBC) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) this week during an official ceremony attended by fifteen Council members as well as key Gwinnett Chamber and local elected officials. The MOU recognized the intent of both organizations to collaborate and champion global business together. “The Gwinnett Chamber values...

2022 Primary Election Update
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2022 Primary Election Update

Advanced voting is underway in Georgia for the May 24th Primary election. Georgia saw the highest day 1 turnout for early voting before a Georgia primary and nearly double the number of ballots casted compared to the first day of early voting in the 2020 primary election. As of May 10th, more than 254,000 Georgians...

Gwinnett Chamber Hosts Candidates Forum for School Board Districts 2 & 4
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Gwinnett Chamber Hosts Candidates Forum for School Board Districts 2 & 4

During this year’s legislative session, the Georgia General Assembly passed SB 369 that changes the elections for Gwinnett County Board of Education from a partisan race to a nonpartisan race. Candidates will no longer have a political party affiliate next to their name on the ballot. Also, the election will be decided in the May...

Gwinnett Chamber Public Policy Updates – Week 12 + Sine Die
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Gwinnett Chamber Public Policy Updates – Week 12 + Sine Die

The Georgia General Assembly convened last week for legislative days 36 through 39. Yesterday was Sine Die, the last day of session, where legislators voted on bills and amendments until a quarter after midnight. During the 2021-2022 legislative session, over 1000 bills passed in each chamber. Governor Brian Kemp signed over 550 bills into law....

Gwinnett Chamber Fortifies Relations with Chinese American Businesses
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Gwinnett Chamber Fortifies Relations with Chinese American Businesses

Photo (L to R): CBAA Secretary General Charley Jin, CBAA President Jian Ni, Gwinnett Chamber Board Chair Jill Edwards, and Gwinnett Chamber President & CEO Nick Masino Chinese Business Association of Atlanta (CBAA) signs Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Gwinnett Chamber Gwinnett County (METRO ATLANTA) GA – March 10, 2022 – The Gwinnett Chamber and the...

Chamber Leaders Champion Business at 2022 Gwinnett Day at the Capitol
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Chamber Leaders Champion Business at 2022 Gwinnett Day at the Capitol

The Gwinnett Chamber returned to the Gold Dome to host Gwinnett Day at the Capitol, its first in over eight years. Presented by Jackson EMC, Gwinnett Day at the Capitol brought members of the chamber’s public policy advisory committee and board to meet with the state’s leadership and Gwinnett’s legislative delegation. Gwinnett’s business leaders met...

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