Posts tagged with "Alisha Thomas Morgan"

Republican ticket for state super still in question

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt July 23, 2014

Former City Schools of Decatur Board of Education Member Valarie Wilson easily won the Democratic nomination in the July 22 runoff election, but it’s not clear who her opponent will be in the November general election. The turnout was considerably higher in the Republican runoff between Mike Buck, the chief of staff to outgoing superintendent John […]

Poll – Who did you vote for in the July 22 runoff?

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt July 22, 2014

Polls opened this morning in the July 22 runoff elections. We’ll be bringing you the results later this evening, but to get a sense of how things are going, we’d like to hear from you. Here are polls from the races that we’re following. Who did you vote for today? Polls close at 7 pm […]

The superintendent’s race, unfiltered

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt July 16, 2014

Whenever investigative reporter Jim Walls starts looking into things, things get interesting. Walls, who runs, on July 16 turned his attention to July 22 Democratic primary runoff in the race for state school superintendent. The race features Valarie Wilson, a former member of the City Schools of Decatur Board of Education, and Alisha Thomas Morgan, […]

Superintendent candidates talk grad rates, testing

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt July 1, 2014

Candidates running to become the next head of Georgia’s schools worked to distinguish themselves from their opponents during a June 30 forum held by the League of Women Voters of Atlanta Fulton County. All four candidates who will appear in the July 22 primary runoff attended the forum. The Democratic runoff will feature Valarie Wilson, a former […]

May 20 primary election results

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt May 20, 2014

The polls closed at 7 pm. Here are the election results for the May 20 primary election in Georgia. This post will be updated throughout the evening. All results should be considered tentative until certified. Blank spaces indicate pending results. In order to win outright, a candidate has to receive more than 50 percent of […]

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