10 hrs ago
Westmoreland gets challenger
U.S. Congressman Lynn Westmoreland, R-Ga. Third District, picked up a primary challenger Friday on the last day of qualifying for the May 20 primary and non-partisan elections.
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14 hrs ago
Bryan County News
One contested race emerges as qualifying c...
That leaves only one contested race in the Republican primary for local seats, as former District 5 commissioner Rick Gardner will try to regain the seat he lost in 2010 to incumbent Jimmy Henderson.
18 hrs ago
FACTBOX-Inside the key races for the U.S. Senate in 2014
Republicans must pick up a net of six seats from Democrats to regain control of the U.S. Senate in the Nov. 4 elections.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
News 4 Jax
Felds set for Ga. May primary elections
The list of Georgia candidates running for state and federal offices in the May 20 primaries has been set.
The Macon Telegraph
Jones wins legal victory, repayment
Mallory Jones has been a Macon-Bibb County commissioner for a couple of months, and he won election nearly five months ago.
Sandy Springs Neighbor
Candidate qualifying ends slowly
After starting with a flourish Monday, qualifying for the May 20 Democratic and Republican primary elections ended slowly Friday with only two local candidates filing their paperwork and paying their fees.
GA-SEN: Meet Democratic Candidate Branko Radulovacki Today in Dallas, GA at
Rep. Paul Broun: It is highly irresponsible to be giving the President a blank check to spend and borrow as he pleases - but unfortunately, that's exactly what Speaker Boehner's bill does.
Labor-HHS Bill Managed From the Exit Ramp
The prospects for a Labor-HHS-Education spending bill will depend a great deal on the determination and involvement of two subcommittee chairmen, Sen. Tom Harkin and Rep. Jack Kingston , who both are heading for the exit door at the end of the year.
Government says port project can't move forward
Hours after Gov. Nathan Deal announced the state would start the dredging of the port of Savannah, the White House announced that will not be allowed.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Flood insurance: Lifeline from House
GIVE THE U.S. House credit for tossing a needed lifeline this week to thousands of coastal Georgians who faced huge, unaffordable hikes in their flood insurance premiums.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Ga. not allowed to dredge harbor with state funds
Close to getting underway after 15 years of government studies and delays, the deepening of Savannah's busy shipping channel has struck another political setback with the Obama administration saying it's not ready to seek construction funding for the $652 million project and won't let Georgia jumpstart things by using its own money.
The Macon Telegraph
Carter among those qualifying for May 20 primary
Qualifying continues through Friday for federal, state and local candidates. Carter, the grandson of former President Jimmy Carter, was joined Wednesday by former United Nations Ambassador Andrew Young as he filed his official paperwork.
Dalton Daily Citizen
Congress hopeful 'Dr. Rad' considers health care 'a right'
One of five Democrats seeking the U.S. Senate seat held by outgoing incumbent Republican Saxby Chambliss, Radulovacki stopped in Dalton Tuesday evening to speak at a meeting of the Whitfield County Democratic Party at the Mack Gaston Community Center.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Conant: Our politicians should fix, not fight
Is it possible that Republicans, Democrats and independents can agree on strategic goals for the country? Goals which are logical common-sense steps that will move America forward in the 21st century? A set of goals to meet these requirements has recently been proposed.
Myrtle Beach Online
Deal: Ga. will start harbor deepening on its own
Gov. Nathan Deal vowed to jumpstart the expansion of the river channel cargo ships use to reach the Port of Savannah without financial help from Washington, using $231 million the state already has set aside for its share of the project.
New batch of candidates toss hats into ring
Republican gubernatorial challenger David Pennington, a trio of superintendent candidates and a handful of congressional hopefuls were the newest names to be added to the primary ballots Tuesday morning.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Local legislators pick up challengers
There will be two contested races for state legislators who represent Coweta, following the first day of political qualifying Monday.
Candidates begin qualifying for state races
Politicians were in line for Republican and Democratic primaries at 9 a.m. at the Capitol when the weeklong qualifying period officially started.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
The Hotline's Senate Race Rankings: Republicans in Command
A favorable map, public opinion against the president, and a glut of outside spending are boosting GOP fortunes across the country.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Qualifying period starts Monday
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