Georgia Election Chief Probes Voter Fraud Amid Tight Senate Race
Georgia's top elections official gave a nonprofit group that has registered more than 85,000 minority voters until tomorrow to produce every record it has, in what critics say is an effort to suppress minority voting in November's tight race for the U.S. Senate. Secretary of State Brian Kemp, a Republican, is accusing the New Georgia Project of fraud in its drive to reach the more than 800,000 minority Georgians not on the rolls.
The Wall Street Journal
Michelle Obama Stumps for Michelle Nunn in Georgia
First Lady Michelle Obama stumped for another Michelle Monday afternoon, urging Georgia voters to back Michelle Nunn , a Democrat seeking a U.S. Senate seat in this Republican-dominated state. Speaking to several hundred supporters at the Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center, Ms.
Up To Code: Taylor Named Whitfield County's Employee Of The Month For July
At one point during the recent economic downturn, 16 of the 130 homes in the Meadow Park neighborhood sat empty, with nine of them abandoned or repossessed.
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School cheating trial has teachers facing up to 35 years in prison
Amid a wave of school cheating scandals across the country, a landmark trial is set to begin, with teachers facing up to 35 years in prison in one of the biggest academic misconduct cases in U.S. history.
GOP To Turner: You're Too Partisan For Us
The Ohio Republican Party says it has found a scandal in Democratic State Sen. Nina Turner's campaign against Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted.
The November election: Governor, senator and the others
That leaves choosing a replacement for Jack Kingston in the 1st Congressional District.
Nunn ramps up attacks on Perdue at Senate forum
Democrat Michelle Nunn on Thursday ramped up her attacks on Republican David Perdue in Georgia's closely watched Senate race, portraying her opponent as an obstructionist who would continue gridlock in Washington.