If the county’s never-before-used ethics board is convened to address the complaint and votes to sustain it, possible penalties range from written reprimand to removal from office and “referral to proper criminal authorities.”
Ho, Koehler and Turner said Tuesday they have faith that their complaint will be successful. They hope Hunter is forced out of office.
“This isn't just about the one statement he made, but rather the entire display of divisiveness and hatefulness his Facebook page displays,” Turner said. It’s not believed to be necessary for someone who files an ethics complaint to be a resident of Gwinnett County.
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