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ATLANTA (November 4,2022) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan issued the following statement on Speaker David Ralston’s announcement to not seek another term as Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives:
Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan to be Featured Speaker at Buckhead Club
ATLANTA (October 28,2022) | On Tuesday, November 1, 2022, Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan will serve as a featured speaker as a part of Buckhead Club's "Speaker Series."WHO: Lt. Governor Geoff DuncanWHAT: The Buckhead Club Speaker Series EventWHEN: Tuesday, November 1, 2022 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.WHERE: Buckhead Club
3344 Peachtree Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30326
Members of the Buckhead Club and invited guests can register to attend online here.
ATLANTA (October 24, 2022) | Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan is announcing that the Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR) has begun accepting applications from law enforcement foundations seeking qualification to receive tax-creditable contributions as authorized through Senate Bill 361, known as the Law Enforcement Strategic Support (or LESS Crime) Act. Sponsored by Sen. Larry Walker (R – Perry) and carried in the House of Representatives by Rep. Houston Gaines (R – Athens), the LESS Crime Act was a priority for Lt. Governor Duncan during the 2022 legislative Session.
ATLANTA (September 30, 2022) | The Office of Lieutenant Governor hosted College and Career Academies from across the state yesterday at the Butler Hall Event Center in Gray, Georgia for the 15th Annual Business & Education Summit. Joined by industry and community leaders, educators, and students, the Summit held a series of panels highlighting emerging industries, the importance of skilled trades, and employment trends in healthcare.
ATLANTA (August 23, 2022) | Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan issued the following statement today on the passing of former First Lady Sandra Deal.
ATLANTA (July 27, 2022) | Pursuant to House Bill (HB) 918, today Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan announced his appointments to the Rare Disease Advisory Council. A result of the 2022 legislative session, the Georgia Rare Disease Advisory Council is a 16-member council tasked with advising the General Assembly, as well as state agencies and departments, on the needs of individuals with rare diseases living in Georgia.
ATLANTA (June 28, 2022) | Pursuant to Senate Bill (SB) 220, today Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan announced his appointments to the Commission on Civics Education. A result of the 2022 legislative session, the Georgia Commission on Civics Education establishes a 17-member commission tasked with promoting civic engagement and enhancing Georgia's K-12 curriculum surrounding public service.
ATLANTA (June 23, 2022) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan announced the members of three Senate Study Committees: the Senate Study Committee on Economic Development and International Relations, Senate Development Authorities and Downtown Development Authorities Study Committee and the Senate Study Committee on People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Waiver Plan Access.
ATLANTA (June 9, 2022) | Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan and Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens, along with key Georgia business leaders, traveled to California this week to promote Atlanta’s strong partnership with state leaders and attract potential investors to the Peach State. The trip coincided with the 2022 RSA Conference in San Francisco, the premier event for cybersecurity industry leaders.
ATLANTA (June 1, 2022) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan announced the formation of the Interim Legislative Study Committee on Excellence, Innovation, and Technology at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).