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McKnight recall application fails



It took members of the Richmond County Board of Elections just ten minutes to rule an application to recall Augusta Commission District 3 Commissioner Catherine McKnight lacked “legal sufficiency.”

The board met in a special called meeting to review the application filed on Monday, Feb. 28 by Di...

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  1. Here’s my belief. There are a group of black people who have worked very hard and become middle class. They now live in a mixed race neighborhood and are very happy. They are objecting to being put in another district which does not contain people who are on the same social-economic level as they are. I can’t say that I blame them; however, they are a new neighborhood and taking long established areas of Summerville and Forrest Hills and moving them is an even more unfair course of action.

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