The Rockdale Board of Elections.
The Rockdale Board of Elections Committee consists of a Chairman, a 1st Vice Chair and a 2nd Vice Chair.
One Vice Chair represents the Democrat Party and the other Vice Chair represents the Republican Party. These two positions are filled by appointment from the relevant party.
The Chair is a Non Partisan position.
The Chair is elected by the two Vice Chairs, but if no agreement is reached, the candidates for the Chair are presented to the Chief Judge to make a decision.
As this committee has the responsibility to make sure that the Board of Elections is ruin and managed according to Georgia Law, this position of Chair is crucial in making sure that the election process in Rockdale County is fair and abides by election law.
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The Rockdale Board of Elections Chair Position.
The current Chair, Al Sadler is retiring and serving as an interim Chair until a new Chair is elected or appointed by the Judge.
As the new Chair Person is unlikely to be elected by the two partisan vice chairs, this position will be appointed by the Judge.
The Judge has 30 days to make the appointment, sop time is of the essence.
Bill Campbell, who many of you know, is running for The Rockdale Board of Elections Chair. He needs your support for this position.
Please Click HERE for Bill’s qualifications and please submit the form to support his candidacy. Your support will be presented to the Chief Judge, so it is important that you fill the form out and submit it.
House Bill 1102
We all need some Tax Relief, especially if you are a property owner in a market where the value of your property has increased in leaps and bounds over the last year.
The HOST Tax is a 1 percent sales tax. It also requires that at least 80 percent of the previous year’s HOST revenue to be used for property tax relief for homestead properties, which directly reduces the county tax liability of homestead property owners in municipalities and the unincorporated part of the county. Up to 20 percent of the revenue can be used to fund infrastructure improvements. Properties eligible for county homestead exemptions are also eligible for HOST property tax relief. County homestead properties are the primary, non-commercial residences of homeowners, which includes single-family homes and condominiums. This means that commercial properties, such as rental apartments and business establishments do not qualify for property tax relief from HOST revenues. The value of the HOST tax reduction varies by taxpayer with higher-valued homes or homes facing higher millage rates experiencing larger tax reductions. The reduction in taxes for each homestead property is equal to the net county tax liability of the property multiplied by the HOST credit rate. The HOST credit rate equals the ratio of sales tax receipts from the prior year to the value of the county homestead property tax revenue, multiplied by one minus the capital factor.