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Ethics committee rules against Augusta Mayor; case moves to the Office of State Administration of Hearings for further action

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The Georgia Transparency and Campaign Finance Committee on Monday, March 21 voted unanimously to move the case for alleged campaign finance violations against Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis Jr. to the next higher authority.

The Office of State Administration of Hearings will determine whether to pur...

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  1. There is more than enough evidence to call for a audit of the mayors office. Augusta voters should be packing the commission chambers demanding it and showing at the voting booth what happens if commissioners won’t do it!!

  2. Why does A/RC even have a mayor? It’s a PR job, at best. Let the county administrator hire a Public Relations Advisor to replace the mayor and allow the Commission Chairperson to tap the gavel and keep the meetings focused.

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