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Eric Wilson beat the Incumbent, John Howard II to secure his place as the new Mayor of Forsyth
In a landslide vote, Baldwin County citizens voted not to unify Milledgeville and Baldwin County
Baldwin County school officials will get to continue their projects with the extra tax revenue
Bibb Schools Superintendent calls vote "a great victory for us, a victory for our students."
Mayor Robert Reichert and business leaders announced their support Monday at the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce.
The Bibb County School District has more projects it wants to accomplish with a new penny sales tax.
The Milledgeville-Baldwin County Chamber of Commerce conducted a survey over the summer.
Shaw Blackmon and Larry Walker will face each other again on August 11.
Shaw Blackmon, Kelly Burke, and Larry Walker all want to become the next state representative of Houston County.
The current education penny sales tax ends in December. Do you know what projects your money helped fund?
The Bibb County Board of Education approved its FY 2016 budget and the new proposed ESPLOST during its meeting Thursday night.
There will be a runoff in the race for Milledgeville Mayor between Floyd Griffin and Gary Thrower.
The Bibb County Board of Education is held a public hearing Tuesday night on the proposed FY2016 budget and a workshop to talk about the proposed ESPLOST.
Dooly County voters elected Craig Peavy as their new sheriff Tuesday night.
Peach County residents overwhelmingly voted in favor to continue the education penny sales tax.
Freshman Congressman Rick Allen issued a statement following the president's State of the Union address.
Congressman Austin Scott wanted to hear the president's plans for national security during the State of the Union address.
Senator Johnny Isakson says he is disappointed the president is lowering expectations for the American middle class and business class.
Freshman Congressman Jody Hice says the president's message during his State of the Union address was the same year after year.
Freshman Senator David Perdue says the president's State of the Union address featured more of the same policies he has promised since he was elected in 2008 and has failed to keep.
Congressman Sanford Bishop praised President Obama's plans to help the country, specifically the middle class, during Tuesday night's State of the Union address.
State Senator Burt Jones weighs in on the 2015 legislative session.
State Representative Nikki Randall plans to focus on issues that she is passionate about this year.
State Rep. Rusty Kidd talks about bringing casinos and horse racing to Georgia. He also mentions the possibility of unifying Milledgeville and Baldwin County.
State Representative Patty Bentley represents smaller Middle Georgia communities, but she expects lawmakers to tackle big issues this year.
State Representative James Beverly says state lawmakers could take a look at adding Payne City to the Macon-Bibb consolidated government.
State Representative Robert Dickey expects transportation, education, and healthcare to be major topics this year at the Capitol.
State Representative Larry O'Neal expects lawmakers to revisit the medical marijuana bill this year while at the Gold Dome.
State Representative Allen Peake says legalizing medical marijuana and bringing Georgia families back home will be a priority this session.
State Senator Ross Tolleson expects lawmakers to legalize medical marijuana this year and he says the state will have to take a look at funding infrastructure improvements.
State Senator-Elect John Kennedy says legalizing medical marijuana and transportation will be key issues this year.
41NBC sat down with the new lawmaker who says he is excited to represent Houston County in Atlanta during the 2015 legislative session.
State Senator David Lucas expects lawmakers to tackle two major issues during the 2015 legislative session: transportation and rural healthcare.
41NBC sat down with the new Bibb delegation Chairman State Representative Bubber Epps to find out what legislators will tackle this year.
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp has called a special election to fill the District 120 seat in the Georgia House of Representatives.
The Georgia Senate Majority Caucus has selected six Republican lawmakers to serve as the group's leaders for the 2015 legislative session.
The Georgia House Republican Caucus has made its leadership selections for the upcoming legislative session.
Democrat Robert Trammell has won the open seat for State House 132, representing portions of Coweta, Meriwether and Troup counties.
For Democrats in Georgia, the goal was simple: increase the share of minority voters on Election Day while pulling in more white support than years past.
Gov. Nathan Deal says his administration will take a deliberate approach to reviewing the state's method for funding K-12 schools.
Republican Governor Nathan Deal will serve the state of Georgia for another four years.
Businessman David Perdue has kept Georgia's open U.S. Senate seat in GOP hands.
During 41NBC's Decision 2014 coverage, political analyst Tom Ellington stopped by to share some insight on the state's biggest races.
Three local Middle Georgia races showed why every vote in an election counts
Gov. Nathan Deal has raised about $1 million during the last few weeks of his re-election bid, while Democratic opponent Jason Carter raised about $1.1 million.
Former President Bill Clinton is rallying Georgia Democrats on the final day of early voting.
The candidates for Georgia governor are taking their closing arguments to the airwaves.
In his final TV ad, Republican David Perdue is arguing Georgia's tight race for Senate comes down to a matter of trust.
This year, two Libertarian candidates could wreak havoc on Georgia's top races with control of the U.S. Senate potentially on the line.