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USA Today: ‘SEC primary’ has Republican presidential candidates looking South


Beyond the signs of the season — football tailgates, chilly weather, and Halloween pumpkins — voters in Tennessee and other Southern states are seeing something different this fall. Presidential campaigns. The scheduling of some key Southern primaries has changed candidates’ schedules, explaining why Jeb Bush would attend this weekend’s Southeastern Conferencefootball showdown between the universities of Tennessee and Georgia. “This is the SEC primary, and we need to have help on March 1,” … Continue reading

October 12, 2015

Fact Check


“In recent weeks there have been multiple reports in the media regarding the Office of the Secretary of State’s investigation into The New Georgia Project and Third Sector Development, some containing false information.  I am issuing the following information in order to set the record straight.  Yesterday, the State Elections Board unanimously affirmed our intent to fully investigate these possible criminal violations.  We will vigorously and thoroughly investigate this and … Continue reading

September 18, 2014


As part of his re-election efforts, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp launched his new campaign website today and released a list of over three hundred endorsements from elected officials and community leaders in every corner of our great state. Kemp’s new website,, highlights the Athens businessman and former State Senator’s accomplishments in office and details Secretary Kemp’s goals for his second term in office if re-elected. Also featured on … Continue reading

September 8, 2014

Crowdfunding startup GroundFloor leaving Triangle, raises $1M

Research Triangle Park, N.C. — With crowdfunding legislation bogged down in the N.C. General Assembly, startup GroundFloor is leaving the Triangle to establish its headquarters in Atlanta. The crowdfunding company focused on real estate “crowdlending” also has raised $1 million in new funding. Co-founders Brian Dally and Nick Bhargava announced the decision to move from operations in Durham and Raleigh early Tuesday. They cited Georgia’s support of crowdfunding as a … Continue reading

August 19, 2014

GOP comes to Dunwoody in campaign kickoff

By Dick Williams For The Crier A cavalcade of statewide Republican office-holders kicked off the fall campaign Saturday with stops across the metro Atlanta area. It rolled into Dunwoody Saturday afternoon. Gov. Nathan Deal and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle didn’t make the Dunwoody stop, but David Perdue, the party’s nominee for U.S. Senate did. Perdue carried most Dunwoody and Brookhaven precincts in his primary runoff against U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston. … Continue reading

August 5, 2014

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