Georgians can also learn about two questions on the ballot that address tax breaks.
Voters will decide whether Atlantans can put a cap on what they pay in property taxes. Atlanta lawmakers in the General Assembly did not all agree with the proposal, requiring a statewide vote.
A final question will ask Georgians to vote to clarify a tax break for those running nonprofit homes for the mentally disabled so it still applies when the organization has to get a loan to build or renovate the property.
A copy of the booklet with each proposal and a summary is available online as well as at the state’s probate courts. To request a printed version in the mail, call the Secretary of State’s Office at 404-656-2881 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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