Opinion: Chairman’s resignation provides paths for school choice
Apr 30, 12:00 AM
The Georgia Republican party asked voters on their 2016 primary ballot if they wanted expanded options for school choice in the state. Seventy-five percent of those answering the non-binding question voted in favor of school choice. Despite being at the bottom of the ballot, more people answered that question than voted in the U.S. Senate race, which led the ticket.
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