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ATLANTA (January 6, 2022) | Yesterday, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan unveiled his agenda for the 2022 Legislative Session. Focused on expanding public safety resource avenues, addressing the shortage of mental health resources, improving Georgia’s foster care system and passing key budget items, Lt. Governor Duncan announced the following initiatives that he will prioritize during this year’s Session:
ATLANTA (December 19, 2021) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan issued the following statement on the passing of Sen. Johnny Isakson.
ATLANTA (November 24, 2021) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan issued the following statement on the verdicts announced in the Ahmaud Arbery murder trial.
ATLANTA (November 18, 2021) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan appointed members to the Senate Study Committee on Nonpartisan Elections for Local School Board Members. Sen. Clint Dixon (R – Gwinnett) will chair the committee which will be tasked with further examining the impact of partisan school board elections on district performance.
ATLANTA (November 2, 2021) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan, Senator John F. Kennedy, Chairman of the Senate Redistricting and Reapportionment Committee, and members of the Senate Majority Caucus released a proposed draft of Georgia’s Senate Districts. After hearing extensive public comment through regional redistricting hearings and the Georgia General Assembly’s first ever online public comment portal, members carefully drafted the proposed districts for the Georgia Senate.
ATLANTA (October 6, 2021) | Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan hosted College and Career Academies from across the state yesterday at the Great Wolf Lodge in LaGrange, Georgia for the 14th Annual Business & Education Summit. Joined by community leaders, educators and students, Duncan organized a series of panels highlighting the essential role workforce development plays in “advancing innovation,” which served as the meeting's official theme.
ATLANTA (September 27, 2021) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan and Senator John F. Kennedy, Chairman of the Senate Redistricting and Reapportionment Committee, released a proposed draft of the Georgia Congressional Districts. The proposed maps, thoughtfully drawn in accordance with longstanding principles of redistricting, are being provided to the public for further review and discussion.
ATLANTA (September 20, 2021) | Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan today announced that Emma Johnson has been selected to serve as his office’s Director of Communications.
ATLANTA (September 10, 2021) | Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan released the following statement on President Biden’s recent mandate:
Fox News: Watching panicked fans seek cover after gun shots rang outside a recent Washington Nationals game made my heart sink. How could such a scene be possible in this great country of ours, let alone in the literal shadow of the United States Capitol. Government’s most basic responsibility is keeping our citizens safe, a task that by any demonstrable standard is not being met right now.