Midterm Election of Labor Commissioner key in state’s post-pandemic recovery

Explainer
ECONOMY & BUSINESS
POLITICS & POLICY
TAXES,MONEY & GOVERNMENT
7 min read
1245 words
Tammy Joyner
Sep 05, 2022
Key Points
  • Current labor commissioner not seeking re-election
  • Department faces complaints for handling of unemployment benefits
  • State now boasts low unemployment rate
Happy Labor Day! This primer is the last of a five-part series to guide voters through the upcoming midterm election for Georgia agriculture, labor, insurance and public service commissioners as well as the superintendent of schools – down-ballot races often overlooked by average voters. This series examines how what happens in these offices impact you. ...

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