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Henry County 
FY25 Budget Approved - No mileage  rate increase

Henry County has approved its budget for the fiscal year 2025. The budget, which funds county operations from July 1, 2024, to June 30, 2025, has projected expenses of $259.7 million. This represents an increase of $20.7 million over the revised budget for 2024. For more detailed information, you can visit the Henry County official website’s Budget Department section. The Board of Commissioners adopted the budget by a unanimous 6-0 vote.


Henry County Schools FY25 Budget Approved - NO Tax Increase

The Henry County, GA budget hearings for the fiscal year 2025 have been a topic of discussion recently. Here’s a summary of the information available:

  • FY25 Tentative Budget Adoption: In April 2024, the Acting Chief Financial Officer presented the Superintendent’s FY25 Budget Recommendation, which outlined expenditures of $706.8 million across four aggregate funds.

  • Final Budget Approval: The final version of the FY25 budget was unanimously approved by the Henry County Board of Education on May 13, 2024. This budget includes a record investment of $12,937 per student and raises the starting teacher salary to $50,9102.

  • General Fund: The $561.4 million General Fund budget maintains a consistent millage rate dating back to 2007 and increases the average investment in each student by more than $1,000 over the previous year’s budget.

  • Investments and Salaries: The budget includes $37.4 million in new investments aimed at ensuring competitive compensation through salary and benefits. It also addresses staffing increases, creating 41 new teacher positions, with more than half dedicated to strategic plan priorities.

  • For a detailed overview of the budget, you can visit the Henry County Schools’ official website.

  • To view an inforgraphic of the budget, click here.  

First Debate
June 27, 2024
Atlanta, GA
Donald J. Trump
45th President of the United States
Joseph R. Biden Jr.
46th President of the United States

The upcoming presidential debates are a significant event in the 2024 election cycle. Here’s what you need to know:

  • First Debate: The first presidential debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump is scheduled for June 27. It will take place in Atlanta, Georgia, at 9 p.m. ET.

  • Moderators: The first debate will be co-moderated by CNN anchors Jake Tapper and Dana Bash.

  • Viewing: The debate will be aired on linear TV by CNN, and it’s also expected that other networks will simulcast the event.

  • Second Debate: A second debate is set for September 10, hosted by ABC News with anchors David Muir and Linsey Davis as co-moderators.

  • Eligibility: To participate in the debates, candidates must meet certain requirements, including being on the ballot in enough states to reach at least 270 electoral votes and receiving at least 15% in four national polls.


These debates are crucial as they offer voters a chance to hear directly from the candidates on various issues affecting the nation. They also provide an opportunity for the candidates to outline their visions and policies for the future of the country. Keep an eye out for any updates or changes to the schedule as the debate dates approach.

Debate 2024


The Coalition Education Conference 2024

In the Fall 2024, minority conservatives will gather in Atlanta for a groundbreaking national coalition event. This powerful assembly aims to push back against the radical left's agenda, racial division, and victimhood rhetoric that threaten the fabric of our society.

For too long, the liberal left has portrayed ethnic minorities as "victims," claiming that only they can rescue us, steering our nation toward Marxism. Under the guise of "racial equity," they are dismantling our communities, undermining our country, and jeopardizing the future of our children.

This is a call to action for minority communities to unite and challenge the overreach of a tyrannical government. We must stand together, speak out, and reclaim our voice. The time to act is now.

Join the Conservative Minority Coalition in Atlanta for an empowering and transformative event. Together, we can defend our values, protect our freedoms, and shape a brighter future for all. Don't miss this pivotal moment in our nation's history!

Black Voters


General Primary Election
June 18, 2024

The Georgia Primary Runoff Election for 2024 is set to take place on June 18, 2024. The runoff occurs because no single candidate won over 50% of the vote in certain races. Early Voting will run from June 10th - June 14th from 8:00 AM to 5 PM at:


Forston (Hampton Library)

61 McDonough St

Hampton, GA 

Election Day Sites &

7 Am to 7 PM Times

Berea Christain Church

37 Woolsey Rd

Hampton, GA

Calvary Baptist Church

109 Oak St

Hampton, GA

Harvest Point Church

911 Simpon Mill Rd

Locust Grove

Oakland Baptist Church

1005 HWY 81 

McDonough, GA

The Republican candidates vowing to represent parts of Henry County are:


Brian Jack

US House of Representatives

District 3 Candidate

US House of Representatives

District 3 Candidate

Mike Dugan

Poll Workers Needed
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Advancements to General Election
November 5, 2024

The following Republican candidates representing Henry County won their primary election and advanced to the General Election to be held on November 5, 2024.


Mike Collins (I)

US House of Representatives

District 10


Jonathan Chavez

US House of Representatives

District 13


Furquan Stafford

Georgia Senate

District 10

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Noelle Kahaian

Georgia House

District  81


Jack Redlinger

Henry County


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Johnny Wilson (I)

County Commissioner 

District 1

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