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Election 2018: Candidates for governor put their education ideas on the table
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Fair Street School fifth-graders Monserrat Nava and Jayden Jackson, both 11, browse through books Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017, in the school's media center. - photo by Scott Rogers
Republican Brian Kemp, Democrat Stacey Abrams and Libertarian Ted Metz will be on the ballot Nov. 6 seeking to become Georgia’s next governor. The Times met with Kemp on Sept. 20 to discuss education issues, particularly school safety, and spoke with Metz over the phone Friday, Sept. 28. Abrams was unavailable for a conversation before press time, but her plans have been made available on her campaign website.