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House Bill 871, necessary legislation for the 2022 regular election of  Bulloch County Board of Education members, was signed by Governor Brian Kemp and became effective immediately. The Bill updates voting district maps for the Bulloch County Board of Education due to population changes shown in data from the 2020 Census.

The Board of Education voted to unanimously approve a proposed resolution and draft maps at its December 9, 2021 meeting. The state's Office of Legislative Council drafted legislation to present to the state legislature by Bulloch County's legislative delegation. 

The new map, prepared with assistance from Georgia's Legislative and Congressional Reapportionment Office, and resolution are posted on this webpage . The Board will remain at eight seats with one person elected from each district. The population data does not show the need to add or remove seats.

These adjustments were necessary to keep the Board of Education and the school district in compliance with the Equal Protection Clause of the United States Constitution and the Constitution of the State of Georgia, and to ensure Board districts are legitimate prior to the 2022 elections. 

The state legislature took action to approve the legislation during its legislative session pursuant to the Official Code of Georgia § 28-1-14. This legislation has now been approved by both the Georgia House and Senate and signed by the Governor. 

Key Contacts

Mary Henley, Board Secretary & Custodian of Records
Superintendent's Office
912.212.8500

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Legal Counsel

Bruce, Matthews & LaVoie
102 South Main Street
Statesboro, GA 30458
912.764.9889