“Should Georgia have casino gambling with funds going to education?”
That question will be on the Republican Primary ballot July 31 so that “red” voters can vote either yea or nay.
It’s possible that the question was created in response to this year’s proposed $1-billion gambling complex in the Norcross area near Duluth, which the Georgia Lottery Board heard in its April meeting but decided not to pursue.
Dan O’Leary, the developer of the proposed Gwinnett gambling project, isn’t happy with the wording of the ballot question.
“It is a flawed question and does not accurately ask voters about our project,” said O’Leary in a press release.
The destination entertainment complex, which was proposed to be built at the OFS fiber-optic site in unincorporated Norcross near Jimmy Carter Boulevard and I-85, doesn’t involve casino games such as black jack. Instead, it revolves around video lottery terminals,
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