Zero Hour For Keith Gross?

Keith Gross (D-Earth), a candidate running for Georgia General Assembly, faces a hearing before an administrative law judge this morning at the Office of State Administrative Hearings (OSAH) to determine the validity of his residency in House District 80.

On a side note, Southern Voice is reporting that they were provided with a lease agreement for an apartment at Enclave at Briarcliff dated Nov. 3, 2007 — 367 days before the Nov. 4 election. Of course, Georgia law requires state candidates to be legal residents of Georgia for at least two years and a resident of the district they want to represent for one year.

It is unlikely that the judge will release a decision at the hearing because OSAH policy is to release written decisions through the mail.


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