Georgia's lieutenant governor, a Trump critic, will not run again in 2022
Following the opening of the 2020 Georgia General Assembly, Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan held a press conference to discuss his priorities for the 2020 legislative session and take questions on January 13, 2020 in Atlanta. - Bob Andres/TNS

ATLANTA — Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan said Monday that he won’t be seeking a second term as Georgia’s No. 2 official and will instead focus on building a “GOP 2.0” movement that urges fellow Republicans to envision a party beyond former President Donald Trump. Duncan said in an interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that he will serve his final 19 months in office while also pushing a plan to revive what he calls a foundering national GOP still too focused on the 2020 election. “We’re going to have to heal and rebuild to get ourselves back,” he said. “I see this as an opportunity — a moment...