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Ga Republican House members react to Obama's immigration action

Ga Republican House members react to Obama's immigration action

Republican U.S. House members from Georgia, Jack Kingston, Doug Collins, and Tom Graves, released statements criticizing President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration announced Thursday

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'Insider who is an outsider' Johnny Isakson announces reelection bid

'Insider who is an outsider' Johnny Isakson announces reelection bid

Introduced by Georgia Governor Nathan Deal (R), U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson (R-Ga) announced on Monday that he is seeking third term in the upper chamber,

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Ga Rep. Paul Broun-sponsored radiation bill passes House

Ga Rep. Paul Broun-sponsored radiation bill passes House

A bill authorizing the Department of Energy to investigate health effects of low dose ionizing radiation, the Low-Dose Radiation Research Act of 2014 or H.R.

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Atlanta mayor responds to attack for not endorsing 2014 Democrats

Atlanta mayor responds to attack for not endorsing 2014 Democrats

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed responded Friday to a robo-call that some Democrats received, which criticizes the mayor for not doing more to help recent gubernatorial

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Ga Rep. Hank Johnson to Obama on immigration: 'We have your back...Let's make it happen'

Ga Rep. Hank Johnson to Obama on immigration: 'We have your back...Let's make it happen'

U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga) participated in a small TV rally on Thursday at the Capitol, with several other Democratic House members, where he urged

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Ga Reps.- elect Hice and Loudermilk oppose Boehner

Ga Reps.- elect Hice and Loudermilk oppose Boehner

Two U.S. House members-elect from Georgia, Republicans Barry Loudermilk and Jody Hice, opposed today House Speaker John Boehner's (R-Ohio) candidacy for speakership in the 114th

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Georgia 2014 election results certified with 50 percent turnout

Georgia 2014 election results certified with 50 percent turnout

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp certified the results for the Nov. 4th, 2014 general elections on Wednesday, confirming 2 percent lower turnout than in 2010.

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Georgia Rep. Allen Peake is gearing up for another medical cannabis battle

Georgia Rep. Allen Peake is gearing up for another medical cannabis battle

On Wednesday, Georgia Rep. Allen Peake (R-Macon) spoke about his new medical marijuana proposal at the Georgia Regents University's medical event in Augusta, a bill

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David Perdue goes to Washington 'to make a difference'

David Perdue goes to Washington 'to make a difference'

Senator-elect David Perdue (R-Ga) visited on Wednesday with his fellow Republican freshmen senators and possible Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) at the U.S. Senate,

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Johnny Isakson preps for 2016 reelection

Johnny Isakson preps for 2016 reelection

Since in politics it's never too early to start a campaign, Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga) will officially announce next Monday that he is running for 2016 reelection

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Ga Governor to take on education, ethics, justice system in last term

Ga Governor to take on education, ethics, justice system in last term

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal (R), fresh off his reelection victory a week ago, told the Atlanta Journal – Constitution (AJC) that he’s planning to tackle

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Exit polls show Ga Democrats can't count just on minorities and women

Exit polls show Ga Democrats can't count just on minorities and women

The exit polls in Georgia showed a lower voter turnout than expected among minorities and women in the 2014 midterms, but most significantly, blacks and

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Was Democrats' strategy of 'no Obama' responsible for losses?

Was Democrats' strategy of 'no Obama' responsible for losses?

For the past two days, the news cycles have been dominated by the results of the 2014 midterms and why Democrats performed so poorly. Most

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David Perdue's campaign slams Georgia 'pretend' pollsters

David Perdue's campaign slams Georgia 'pretend' pollsters

On Wednesday, the chief consultant for David Perdue, the winner of the U.S. Senate race in Georgia, criticized pollsters who were predicting a close race

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Georgia Republicans take U.S. Senate and governor races, avoiding predicted runoffs

Georgia Republicans take U.S. Senate and governor races, avoiding predicted runoffs

Once again, polling in Georgia was wrong and the races for U.S. Senate seat and the governor’s office were not quite as close as predicted.

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Last white Blue Dog Democrat in Deep South John Barrow loses his reelection

Last white Blue Dog Democrat in Deep South John Barrow loses his reelection

Most political analysts and commentators anticipated U.S. Rep. John Barrow (D-Ga) to lose tonight, but the race for Georgia’s 12th congressional district was still one

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Georgia Governor Nathan Deal confident in his victory

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal confident in his victory

The campaign of Georgia Governor Nathan Deal (R) appears to be very confident tonight on the Election Day, proclaiming that the incumbent will take the

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Last polls show Georgia Republicans ahead in U.S. Senate, governor races

Last polls show Georgia Republicans ahead in U.S. Senate, governor races

In the two polls released on Monday, Republican Georgia Governor Nathan Deal leads his opponent state Sen. Jason Carter (D) outside of the margin of

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Georgia district 12: two Landmark polls show Republican ahead

Georgia district 12: two Landmark polls show Republican ahead

According to Landmark Communications polls, released Friday and Monday, Democratic U.S. Rep. John Barrow, who represents Georgia’s 12th congressional district, is looking at a long

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New NBC/Marist poll shows Georgia Republicans coming ahead in governor, U.S. Senate races

New NBC/Marist poll shows Georgia Republicans coming ahead in governor, U.S. Senate races

In a new NBC News/ Marist poll of Georgia races for governor and U.S. Senate, Republicans have a statistically significant lead, which is the first time

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New HEG poll of early Georgia voters shows Reps leading with over 50 percent in Senate, Governor races

New HEG poll of early Georgia voters shows Reps leading with over 50 percent in Senate, Governor races

In a new poll by the Hicks Evaluation Group (HEG) and Apache Political, including only those who voted early in person or by mail, the

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Georgia Senate and gubernatorial races: Republicans lead slightly

Georgia Senate and gubernatorial races: Republicans lead slightly

In a new poll by SurveyUSA released Tuesday afternoon, Republican David Perdue is leading his Democratic opponent Michelle Nunn 48-45 in the battle for Georgia’s

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Georgia Senate debate: more talk of outsourcing jobs and partisanship

Georgia Senate debate: more talk of outsourcing jobs and partisanship

In the second debate for the Georgia seat in the U.S. Senate, which took place Sunday night, the candidates Democrat Michelle Nunn, Republican David Perdue,

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Three polls out in Georgia on Friday show statistical tie in U.S. Senate race, less so in governor’s race

Three polls out in Georgia on Friday show statistical tie in U.S. Senate race, less so in governor’s race

According to the three polls that came out this Friday, anything can happen in the races for U.S. Senate and governor in Georgia, except that

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Michelle Nunn campaigns with dad, former Senator Sam Nunn, featured in new ad

Michelle Nunn campaigns with dad, former Senator Sam Nunn, featured in new ad

Less than two weeks ahead of the Nov. 4th Election Day, Georgia Democrat running for U.S. Senate, Michelle Nunn, campaigned with her father, former Sen.

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Georgia Democrat leads in race for U.S. Senate in third straight poll

Georgia Democrat leads in race for U.S. Senate in third straight poll

Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate in Georgia, Michelle Nunn, is leading her Republican opponent David Perdue in a third consecutive poll. The latest poll, conducted

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Nathan Deal decides on education reform, two weeks ahead of Election Day

Nathan Deal decides on education reform, two weeks ahead of Election Day

Georgia Republican candidate for governor Nathan Deal, who is running for reelection, is now dangling education reform in front of the electorate, announced on Wednesday

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Shrinking white majority in Georgia threatens GOP’s hold

Shrinking white majority in Georgia threatens GOP’s hold

According to an analysis of the state registration database by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) the percentage of white active voters in Georgia declined from 61.6

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High unemployment rate messing with Georgia governor’s reelection campaign

High unemployment rate messing with Georgia governor’s reelection campaign

According to a report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released today, for the second month in a row Georgia is leading the nation

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Georgia Senate race: David Perdue goes after Obama's Ebola Czar pick and Michelle Nunn

Georgia Senate race: David Perdue goes after Obama's Ebola Czar pick and Michelle Nunn

Republican U.S. Senate candidate from Georgia, businessman David Perdue, already sounds like a conservative senator ready to oppose President Barack Obama’s every move, which is

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