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Johnson Resigns From Redistricting Committee at Commission Meeting



District 1 Commissioner Jordan Johnson resigned from his position on the redistricting committee at the Oct. 5 Augusta Commission meeting.

Citing COVID-19 as a factor in his decision, Johnson made a statement before the body thanking the commission for placing him on the committee. He said that...

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  1. Jordan, with his office in the Richmond County Democratic Party, should never have been put on a Redistricting Board in the first place. And Catherine is right, it was a ruse…no way would they swap a democrat for a conservative.

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