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Just a simple SHOUT OUT to Barry Loudermilk who won the primary in Georgia tonight.
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Former Dollar General CEO David Perdue held a slim lead over Rep. Jack Kingston late Tuesday in the hotly contested Republican runoff for the U.S. Senate in Georgia.
A view of the E. Barrett Prettyman Federal Courthouse that houses the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, on Tuesday in Washington.
Across the state of Georgia there are still remnants of a different time period.
Beginning July 10, 2014, C. W. Matthews will be resurfacing State Route 3/U. S. 19 north and southbound, from near Cook Road, south of Southern Crescent Technical College, to north of Deluxe Circle, near Potato Creek Bridge.
A former Statesboro mayor and his descendants were honored in a special program at Second St. John Missionary Baptist Church Saturday.
More than 159,000 people voted early in Georgia for Tuesday's runoff elections. This number, released by Secretary of State Brian Kemp's office Monday, includes mail-in ballots.
The “guns everywhere” law that went into effect July 1 broadened the number of places where Georgians can legally carry guns, including many public buildings.
There were many news stories throughout Georgia last week. It's safe to say that no headlines were more prominent than the ones about a 2012 memo from Georgia's top ethics official Holly LaBerge that accused the governor's office of pressuring her to settle ethics complaints related to his 2010 gubernatorial campaign.
Voters across Georgia will decide 21 primary runoff races during balloting Tuesday, including a high-profile Republican Senate contest between U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston and businessman David Perdue.
Either Rep. Jack Kingston or former Dollar General CEO David Perdue will become the GOP candidate for the state's open Senate seat, to be vacated by retiring GOP Sen. Saxby Chambliss, kicking off what's expected to be one of the most hotly contested elections in the country.
Just two years earlier, the Democratic Party of Georgia was careening toward insolvency, leaderless and rudderless after losing its 130-year grip on power in the early 2000s.
Standing behind a new McDougald Memorial Parkway sign after its unveiling are, left to right, Sen. Jack Hill, Michael McDougald, Statesboro Mayor Jan Moore and Bulloch County Board of Commissioners Chairman Garrett Nevil.
In a move that transportation officials said should "vastly improve" traffic flow, travelers on Bethelview Road likely will notice some traffic shifts starting Sunday.
That bucks the recent example of Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran surviving a primary challenge with help from black voters and union members typically aligned with Democrats and, along with Republican Senate primaries Tennessee, South Carolina and elsewhere, serves as a reminder that the GOP's core is still white conservatives, even as party leaders ... (more)
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 04:48 am
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