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The Georgia General Assembly Has Suspended the 2020 Legislative Session Until Further Notice

The suspension is out of an abundance of caution and in the interest of health and safety of members, staff and the public given the prevalence of the Coronavirus. 

A former professional baseball player, successful entrepreneur, husband and father, Geoff Duncan is Georgia's 12th Lieutenant Governor.

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Priorities

Lieutenant Governor Duncan will focus on health care, education, making Georgia the “Technology Capital of the East Coast,” and transportation.

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Collins Udekigbo

The Lieutenant Governor is always happy to provide assistance and guidance in working with state agencies on unresolved issues. Please use the contact information to below to reach out to the office.

Press Releases

General Assembly to Suspend Legislative Session

ATLANTA, GA – The Georgia General Assembly will suspend the 2020 legislative session indefinitely after Friday, March 13, the 29th Legislative Day. The suspension is out of an abundance of caution and in the interest of health and safety of members, staff and the public given the prevalence of the Coronavirus. Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan and Speaker of the House David Ralston have mutually agreed to suspend the session and resume at a future date to be determined.

Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan Continues to Monitor Coronavirus Situation

ATLANTA (March 10, 2020) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan announced the Senate will continue to allow access to the Senate chamber by pastors of the day, Senate pages and guests.

Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan Praises Passage of Senate Bill 386

ATLANTA (March 10, 2020) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan expressed his support for the passage of Senate Bill 386 – which allows additional access to education and learning opportunities for students with special needs through the expansion of the Special Needs Scholarship program.

Senate Page Program

The Senate Page Program offers students age 12 and older a first-hand opportunity to visit the Capitol to observe and participate in the legislative process. Senate pages serve the Senators by delivering important information and messages to them in the Senate Chamber during the legislative session day.