Tuesday, August 28, 2012
The recount requested by current Gwinnett County Commissioner Mike Beaudreau yielded the same results as the runoff.
On Monday afternoon, current Gwinnett County Commissioner Mike Beaudreau requested a recount after falling behind following a runoff. He trailed opponent Tommy Hunter in the race for the District 3 seat in a runoff on Aug. 21st by 57 votes. The recount was completed Tuesday evening at about 6:15 and the results stand. Hunter has defeated Beaudreau by just 56 votes. Here are the numbers: Hunter will take office in January. Update: The Georgia Secretary of State reported the updated results.
Monday, August 27, 2012
The Gwinnett County commissioner is trailing Tommy Hunter by 56 votes.
Current Gwinnett County Commissioner Mike Beaudreau is seeking a recount following a close runoff election earlier this month. Gwinnett County's Communication Director Joe Sorenson has confirmed this news in an email to Patch. The Gwinnett County Republican Party first announced on its Facebook page Monday that Beaudreau is requesting the recount. Beaudreau currently is tailing opponent Tommy Hunter in last Tuesday's runoff election by just 56 votes. The Gwinnett GOP says the recount will begin 4 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 4 at Elections Headquarters in Lawrenceville. Sorenson expects the recount to be completed by the early evening.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
In an attempt to hear the comments, concerns and questions of its more than 800,000 residents, Gwinnett's Board of Commissioners are holding four Citizens' Forums across the county. The third took place in Norcross Tuesday night.
Three Gwinnett commissioners visited Lucky Shoals Community Recreation Center Tuesday evening to listen to what constituents had to say. Part of the Board of Commissioners and Gwinnett County’s Citizens’ Forum, it was the third stop of four scheduled on the public relations tour. Gwinett County’s Deputy County Administrator and Chief Financial Officer Aaron Bovos started the evening on a positive note, but acknowledging the predicament it finds itself in during the ongoing economic downturn. With the real estate market hurting nationwide and the county bringing in less revenue from property taxes, the Board of Commissioners found Gwinnett facing an $18 million deficit. “The challenge really is how do we provide the same level or an equal …