A global pandemic, the embracement of virtual technology, and a presidential election with record turnout are just a handful of this year’s historic events. From a public policy perspective alone, 2020 is a year without its shortage of notable moments. As we look back on the year’s public policy happenings, the Gwinnett Chamber highlights three key issues that the chamber publicly supported in our End-of-Year Scorecard: HB426, Gwinnett Transit Referendum, and the county’s Education Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (ESPLOST). Backed by the chamber’s Public Policy Advisory Committee, the chamber believes these issues surrounding business climate, transportation and education are important to the vitality of our business community. This scorecard highlights how the Gwinnett delegation, county commissioners, and county school board members voted on the respective issues.