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E-News -- October 20, 2012
▪ The Evans Report -- Charter Schools a Big Step Forward
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by Randy Evans -- October 19, 2012
Georgia stands at a crossroads. On the one hand, Georgia schools have made great progress toward better futures for Georgia's children with better resources and stronger curricula. On the other hand, no one thinks that Georgia's schools are anywhere close to where they need to be - especially in some areas where the schools are simply not getting the job done. Read complete article
Congratulations! This is your best article yet. As a retired public school teacher, I can appreciate more than you know what you are saying. I have prayed for the day that our students and their parents would have the opportunity for CHOICE and COMPETITION. How many times have I said this over the years. When I brought this up in a faculty meeting many years ago, I was booed. Unfortunately, many of the teachers and administrators fear choice and competition because they know they cannot compete with excellence in education or they prefer not to try. God bless you for writing and e-mailing this far and wide.
Keep up the great work.
P.S. Hope you enjoy your new job as GA National Committeeman. I am confident that you will serve all Georgia Republicans well at the RNC.
Johns Creek High School to Host
Voter Information Night and Candidate Forum on
October 23, 2012
Local Candidates Will Square Off and the
Proposed Charter School Amendment Will Be Debated
(Johns Creek, GA — October 11, 2012) Johns Creek High School today announced that its third annual Voter Information Night and Candidate Forum will take place on Tuesday night, October 23, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. in the school’s auditorium. The public and all media are invited to attend this free event.
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News release from the National Federation of Republican Women
Democrat Efforts to Vilify Romney's
'Binders Full of Women' Comment Show Desperation
Romney Demonstrates Impressive Record of Hiring Women for High-Level Positions
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Rae Lynne Chornenky, president of the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW), issued the following statement regarding efforts by Democrats, following the Tuesday presidential debate, to malign Mitt Romney's response to a debate question in which he gave an account of his initiative, as governor of Massachusetts, to hire qualified women for top-level cabinet positions.
October 18, 2012
Many thanks to John Eidson for compiling and sending this information
Galluping toward Nov. 6
FL: Romney overtakes Obama, now up by 4
NC: Romney overtakes Obama, now up by 6
VA: Romney overtakes Obama, now up by 2
SHOCKER POLL: Romney leads in PA by 4
Romney Surges to First Lead in Electoral College...
Univ. of Colorado Predicts Romney Landslide ...
Black Pastors Seek to Strip 25% of Black Vote From Obama ...
Romney takes lead among independents ...
Women turning toward Romney ...
Catholics up in arms over contraceptive mandate ...
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Road to the White House
▪ Romney opens up 7-point lead over Obama, as electoral map begins to shift -
▪ Post-debate changes on the electoral map. Karl Rove, Joe Trippi break down the numbers
▪ Jewish support for Obama down sharply from 2008 ... WHY ? ▪ GOP’s Jewish movement stalls . Community still overwhelmingly votes Democratic - WHY? - Washington Times
▪ BRET BAIER HOSTS A SPECIAL October 19 at 10pm on Fox News: DEATH AND DECEIT IN BENGHAZI - Watch for the repeat in case you missed it Friday night.
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