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Georgia elections manager left state job, got $200K per year contract

By Mark Niesse

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The man who oversees Georgia’s voting system, Gabriel Sterling, negotiated a $200,000 per year contract for himself last year, quit his state government job and has worked as an independent contractor ever since.

Under the arrangement, Sterling’s pay increased from his $114,000 government salary since November 2019…

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