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Yesterday | The Macon Telegraph
When the GOP faithful gathered in Macon to hear the primary candidates for U.S. Senate last week, juggling nine microphones presented problems for the sound man.
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Friday | Effingham Herald
Day 30 : While serving on the Appropriations committee is a great honor, it is also a big responsibility.
In a strongly worded letter, Gov. Nathan Deal has lobbed the harbor deepening ball squarely onto U.S. Army Secretary John M. McHugh's court, telling the Pentagon official the state believes he has the legal authority to allow execution of a Project Partnership Agreement that would put the Savannah port project back on track.
The frontrunner in the race for the open congressional seat along the coast is under attack for sponsoring a bill as a legislator that could benefit his industry.
Georgia Republican Congressman Paul Broun, whose 10th District seat includes much of the Athens area, has a considerable lead in the crowded GOP field seeking their party's nomination to run for the U.S. Senate, according to a recent survey by left-leaning Public Policy Polling.
Anyone interested in politics should pay attention to Larry Sabato. He runs the University of Virginia Center for Politics.
Georgia's political scorecard for 2014 was filled out last week as hundreds of hopeful candidates dropped by the Capitol to fill out the paperwork that places their names on the May 20 primary election ballot.
We've been following the breakdowns of ObamaCare closely for some time, not just at the federal level, but also in state exchanges such as in Hawaii, Oregon, and Minnesota.
The race to fill the seat being vacated by two-term GOP Sen. Saxby Chambliss has veered right of right, prompting fear in some Republicans that the party risks losing in the general election, according to The Wall Street Journal.
When James Oglethorpe sailed up the Savannah River in 1733 the depth was 12 feet.
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The Health and Human Services inspector general will launch an investigation into the failed ObamaCare exchange in Maryland, Rep. Andy Harris announced Monday.
Throughout last week, incumbents and candidates filed paperwork needed to qualify for a slew of statewide offices.
The candidates are vying to be their party's nominee in an effort to capture the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Saxby Chambliss .