Archive of: Political Notes

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How Much Is Too Much?

The governor and his legislative colleagues have had the power to cut the budget to any level they chose. All they had to do was cast their votes for it. They chose not to. They are acknowledging how the real world works.

May 2007
The Eyes Of The Nation

The Eyes Of The Nation

The 10th District election becomes a crucial barometer of how high support remains for Bush in areas that have always backed him strongly. National pundits will be watching on June 19.

April 2007

Political RoundUp: April 2007

Political RoundUp

April 2007
Back To Square One

Back To Square One

Georgia Democrats need to do a more

March 2007

Political RoundUp: March 2007

Political RoundUp

March 2007

The Last Of His Kind

Agriculture Commissioner Tommy Irvin was first elected to public office in the 1950s. He stresses his conservative values, but has some surprisingly progressive ideas.

February 2007

Political RoundUp: February 2007

Ticked off teachers, the Republicans' revolving door, more Reps for Georgia?

February 2007

Politics January 2007

Now that the GOP has consolidated its control of state government, how far to the right is it willing to go?

January 2007

Political Roundup: January 2007

Ed Holcombe was once a Georgia Power lobbyist who helped then-governor Roy Barnes change the state flag; now he's Gov. Perdue's new chief of staff.

January 2007

Political RoundUp: December 2006

When President George W. Bush finally signed a bill authorizing the construction of a fortified fence along 700 miles of the U.S.-Mexican border, several Georgia congressmen were cheering him on.

December 2006
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