"Look, I'm not withdrawing," Steve Foster told the Associated Press during an interview from jail.
The former deputy reportedly intends to run for sheriff in 2020.
"Please accept this letter as my resignation as Superintendent of Buford City Schools. My sincere apologies for any actions that may have created adversity for this community and the Buford School District," Geye Hamby said in a statement.
The Randolph County Elections Board voted against the proposal to close seven of its nine precincts on a 2-0 vote in a meeting that reportedly lasted less than a minute.
A Georgia county that is nearly two-thirds black may have almost all of its polling places shut down ahead of a gubernatorial election in which a candidate could become the country's first black female governor.
Maranda "Randy" Whitten had last been seen kayaking in Georgia's West Point Lake on Friday, August 17.
"The train was coming too fast, it tried to stop but it couldn't."
"If you cut your hand, you don't chop off your arm. You heal the cut that's on your hand," an ACLU Georgia lawyer argued.
The woman's body was discovered by a sanitation worker on Monday.
Kenneth Pless and Nakhea Banes were charged with cruelty to children, aggravated battery and contributing to delinquency/deprivation.
NATO and Georgian troops are currently conducting military training exercises.
Legalization campaigner Zurab Japaridze, who filed the suit with the top court, hailed the decision as making Georgia "a freer country."
During the segment, Spencer repeatedly yelled the n-word and dropped his pants to "intimidate ISIS."
An internal investigation is underway.
Steve Foster, 61, a Democratic candidate running for U.S. Congress in Georgia's 14th District, claimed he drank only two gin and tonics—to aid his malaria—and that he was beaten in jail by Aryan inmates.
Ryan Cherwinski, 31, from Palm Bay, Florida is now facing sexual battery charges over the incident.
Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze declared a day of mourning and said it was time the government stopped putting its citizens' lives at risk.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Casey Cagle was secretly recorded criticizing an election he sees as a race to appeal to the party's "craziest" right-wing base.
The president made the claim in an unscheduled press conference Thursday and said he told allies, "I would be very unhappy if they didn't up their commitment very substantially."
Local media reports later revealed the suspect's name as Malkhaz Kobauri.