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Republican And Democratic Voters Have Lots Of Choices In Primary

Georgia’s Primary is only a couple of weeks away. Many polls show that a lot of voters are still undecided. One reason might be, that there just are too many candidates to choose from

Former Sheriff Sentenced For Vote Buying

Dodge County the site of another voter fraud case

Medicaid Falls With Jobs Bill

The defeat in Congress of a sweeping jobs bill could rip a $375 million hole in Georgia's budget. The legislation contained an extension of Medicaid dollars. Georgia is counting on the money to help balance the $17.7 billion state budget that Gov. Sonny Perdue signed into law earlier this month.

Boyd Leaves Governor’s Race

Ray Boyd has ended his campaign for Georgia governor.

Expert: Voter Checks Beyond Law

The secretary of state says they just comply with the federal Help America Vote Act, but legal analysts say Georgia’s implementation goes beyond what federal law requires.

New Schools Chief Races For Indy Signatures

Georgia’s new State School Superintendent Bradley Bryant needs 44 thousand verifiable signatures in order to run for the office as an independent.

Voting Registration Ends Monday

June 21 is the last day that Georgia citizens can register to vote.

More Education Funding ... Bingo!

In the rotunda of the state capital, Baker says the program could eventually raise more than $2 billion a year to expand Pre-K and increase teacher pay.

More Independents Seek Office

12 people have requested petitions to get on the November ballot. The strong showing by Independents is a sharp contrast to four years ago, when only two Independents made it onto the ballot.

Teachers Withhold Key Endorsement

The Georgia Association of Educators has announced candidate endorsements for schools superintendent and lieutenant governor. But the group stopped-short of doing the same in the race for Governor.

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