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November 30, 2010



The Final Runoff Election for 2010 -- YEAH!
November 30, 2010

▪ Nahmias wins re-election to state Supreme Court with 67% of vote.
▪ Chris McFadden gets a big victory for GA Court of Appeals - 
62%Read more in the AJC

To read more details go to the GA Secretary of State Website . This continues to be a great year for Conservatives in Georgia.

 
November 29, 2010 -- E-News

RNC News

www.ChooseYourChairman.com
 
Web site for RNC Chairman to be voted on at January RNC meeting.
http://chooseyourchairman.com/

Please vote and forward this on to see who the grass roots in GA prefer.  
Sent by Linda Herren, GA National Committeewoman to RNC

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Upddates from the RNC
Candidates for RNC Chairman

Panel discussion and Live Webcast


On behalf of the Republican National Conservative Caucus, I would like to invite you to attend a panel discussion between the announced candidates for Chairman of the Republican National Committee on Wednesday, December 1, 2010 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C. The forum will be moderated by a representative of Freedomworks. Candidates will answer questions prepared by the moderator, and members of the audience will be able to submit their own questions through the moderator during the event.

When:  Wednesday, December 1, 2010   Time:    2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Where: Washington Hilton - International Ballroom East, 1919 Connecticut Ave., N.W, Washington, D.C. 20009  

The event is open to the public, but space is limited to the first 200 persons to make a reservation. Priority seating will be reserved for members of the Republican National Committee.

Live Webcast

For those unable to attend the panel discussion, a live webcast will be available. To view the live webcast please visit the FreedomWorks Live Channel on Wednesday, December 1 at 2:00 pm. You may also view the live webcast feed via the Republican National Conservative Caucus website here – Live Webcast Feed  For more information, or to R.S.V.P., please contact Carole Bostrom at cbostrom@bopplaw.com.

James Bopp, Jr., National Committeeman, Indiana
Republican National Conservative Caucus
 

 
 
November 26, 2010  -- E-News


Enlightening recent column by Randy Evans who has served as former legal counsel to the GA GOP, Governor-elect Nathan Deal, former Speaker Newt Gingrich and many others.

▪ Georgia Women Leading Political Parties
J. Randolph Evans
Column No. 1044 (11/24/10)

Two women led their respective political parties in Georgia into the 2010
election cycle.  They were the chairs of the Georgia Republican Party and
the Democratic Party of Georgia.  It was the first time this has happened in
Georgia history. Next year, both political parties will hold conventions and
elect party officials heading into the Presidential elections in 2012.  Here is
 what convention delegates will have to consider.
8th District Congressman Elect Austin Scott becomes the face of the 85 newly elected republicans in the House of Representatives today as he delivers the Weekly Republican Address on behalf of his party.

Scott was elected president of the house republican’s freshman class, the largest in 6 decades, last week and praises this “new breed of leaders for a new majority and a new congress” in today’s speech. He also outlines the GOP’s priorities for the 112th Congress: creating jobs, cutting spending and “fixing the way Washington works”.


Read more: The Warner Robins Patriot - Austin Scott Delivers Weekly Republican Address

Recently, a Georgia Republican party activist asked, "What is there left to do?" 
The answer is, "not much."  For the first time in Georgia history, Republicans carried every statewide
race from Governor to Public Service Commissioner, all without a single runoff - even after an especially
bitter and divisive primary and primary runoff.  For a olitical party prone to self-destruction and division,
the numbers are truly impressive.

Georgians cast more votes in 2010 for a Republican in a non-Presidential election than at any other time
in Georgia history.  Senator Johnny Isakson received 1,489,904 votes.  In Georgia's Eighth Congressional,
the impossible happened when former State Representative Austin Scott soundly beat the seemingly
invincible blue dog Democrat Congressman Jim Marshall. Scott carried 17 of the 21 counties in his
district.

Georgia Senate Republicans held every one of their 34 Republican seats and picked up a Democratic
seat - increasing their margin of control to 35-21, leaving them just 3 seats short of the two-thirds majority
necessary for constitutional amendments.  Georgians cast 570,332 more votes for Republican state
senate candidates than Democrat ones.

In the Georgia House of Representatives, Republicans increased their numbers to a whopping 113 out of
the 180 seats (including post-election party switchers), just 7 seats short of the two-thirds majority
necessary for constitutional amendments.  Georgians cast 436,851 more votes for Republican state
house candidates than Democrat ones.

No matter how strong the national tide, political domination of this magnitude at the state level does not happen in a vacuum.  With so many strong candidates, and so many hotly contested primaries, it is
actually quite surprising that there were not more stumbles along the way.  It is easy to forget just how challenging the Republican environment was following the GOP primary and primary runoff.  But, as the Georgia GOP proved in 2010, discipline and organization tend to win out, even amids the most difficult of circumstances. 

Here is where the numbers are really impressive.  Chair Sue Everhart's Georgia Republican Party
coordinated 700,000 volunteer phone calls, distributed 100,000 yard signs and 300,000 door hangers,
sent 103 mail pieces, made 34 television buys, trained 250 activist leaders, and visited 25 cities as part
of the Real Jobs for Georgia Bus Tour.  To make all of that happen, Sue Everhart and her finance team
raised millions of dollars.

Add it all up and the result is one unbelievable election cycle.  Chair Sue Everhart has not formally
announced whether she will seek another term as Georgia GOP Chair.  (Under the Georgia GOP term
limits rule, she is eligible for one more term.)  And, governors typically get to pick their Chair.  But, based
on Chair Everhart's results, Republicans would have to assume that it is hers for the asking.

Things did not go so well for Democratic Party of Georgia Chair Jane Kidd.  To appreciate just how badly things went, just look back at the preceding paragraphs, except through the lens of a Georgia Democrat.
The only gleaming light from the 2010 election was the reelection of Second District Congressman Sanford Bishop over Republican challenger Mike Keown - especially after the networks called the race early for
Mike Keown.  This is little solace for a political party in total disarray.

Worse yet, the bench strength of the Democratic Party has been tapped out.  Between Democrat
Lieutenant Governor Mark Taylor in 2006 and former Democrat Governor Roy Barnes in 2010, Georgia Democrats can no longer look back to find candidates to challenge statewide.  Instead, they must start
to look forward to find their new direction.

There are plenty of talented Georgia Democrats to lead.  Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is definitely one to
watch as his career unfolds onto the national and international scene.  And, Georgians have not heard the
last of either former Attorney General Thurbert Baker or former Labor Commissioner Mike Thurmond.  Their futures have yet to be fully written.

But it all begins with a party structure that can recruit and support a full slate of candidates from top to
bottom and a leader who can manage success as well as build from failure.  Democrats in Georgia would
be well served to find their own Sue Everhart if they intend to return to competitive status anytime soon. 
And, Georgia Republicans should thank their lucky stars for the Chair that they do have.

8th District Congressman Elect Austin Scott becomes the face of the 85 newly elected republicans in the House of Representatives today as he delivers the Weekly Republican Address on behalf of his party.

Scott was elected president of the house republican’s freshman class, the largest in 6 decades, last week and praises this “new breed of leaders for a new majority and a new congress” in today’s speech. He also outlines the GOP’s priorities for the 112th Congress: creating jobs, cutting spending and “fixing the way Washington works”.


Read more: The Warner Robins Patriot - Austin Scott Delivers Weekly Republican Address
8th District Congressman Elect Austin Scott becomes the face of the 85 newly elected republicans in the House of Representatives today as he delivers the Weekly Republican Address on behalf of his party.

Scott was elected president of the house republican’s freshman class, the largest in 6 decades, last week and praises this “new breed of leaders for a new majority and a new congress” in today’s speech. He also outlines the GOP’s priorities for the 112th Congress: creating jobs, cutting spending and “fixing the way Washington works”.


Read more: The Warner Robins Patriot - Austin Scott Delivers Weekly Republican Address


Published with permission from Randy Evans.

 
 
November 25, 2010  --  Obama Loses


Favorite Cartoons of the day
November 2010:

Obama Loses and
Helps Republicans Win


View web page - Speakers on for music
 


HouseConference
Weekly Republican Address 11/25/10: Rep.-Elect Austin Scott  
New Congressman from Georgia's 8th District
8th District Congressman Elect Austin Scott becomes the face of the 85 newly elected republicans in the House of Representatives today as he delivers the Weekly Republican Address on behalf of his party.

Scott was elected president of the house republican’s freshman class, the largest in 6 decades, last week and praises this “new breed of leaders for a new majority and a new congress” in today’s speech. He also outlines the GOP’s priorities for the 112th Congress: creating jobs, cutting spending and “fixing the way Washington works”.


Read more: The Warner Robins Patriot - Austin Scott Delivers Weekly Republican Address

8th District Congressman Elect Austin Scott becomes the face of the 85 newly elected republicans in the House of Representatives today as he delivers the Weekly Republican Address on behalf of his party.

Scott was elected president of the house republican’s freshman class, the largest in 6 decades, last week and praises this “new breed of leaders for a new majority and a new congress” in today’s speech. He also outlines the GOP’s priorities for the 112th Congress: creating jobs, cutting spending and “fixing the way Washington works”.


Read more: The Warner Robins Patriot - Austin Scott Delivers Weekly Republican Address
8th District Congressman Elect Austin Scott becomes the face of the 85 newly elected republicans in the House of Representatives today as he delivers the Weekly Republican Address on behalf of his party.

Scott was elected president of the house republican’s freshman class, the largest in 6 decades, last week and praises this “new breed of leaders for a new majority and a new congress” in today’s speech. He also outlines the GOP’s priorities for the 112th Congress: creating jobs, cutting spending and “fixing the way Washington works”.


Read more: The Warner Robins Patriot - Austin Scott Delivers Weekly Republican Address


Austin Scott Delivers Weekly Republican Address

8th District Congressman Elect Austin Scott becomes the face of the 85 newly elected republicans in
the House of Representatives today as he delivers the Weekly Republican Address on behalf of his
party.

Scott was elected president of the house republican’s freshman class, the largest in 6 decades, last
week and praises this “new breed of leaders for a new majority and a new congress” in today’s
speech. He also outlines the GOP’s priorities for the 112th Congress: creating jobs, cutting spending
and “fixing the way Washington works”.

Read more:
The Warner Robins Patriot - Austin Scott Delivers Weekly Republican Address

 
November 24, 2010

Read complete story - speakers on for music


Crowds turn out for DC-bound Capitol Christmas tree
Giant spruce is being driven by Dahlonega's own Jeff Underwood
ccrist@gainesvilletimes.com

Deal transition quiet but methodical
By
Aaron Gould Sheinin  The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
November 23, 2010   You are Blessed  - Facebook? - Beautiful Parable - Music Time Machine - Happy Trails

Two House Democrats in GA finally decide to switch to GOP
  November 22, 2010, by jgalloway

The final shoes from the Nov. 2 election in Georgia may have just dropped. This has arrived from the office of House Speaker David Ralston, R-Blue Ridge:  State Representatives Ellis Black and Amy Carter today announced that they are joining the House Republican Caucus and resigning from the House Democratic Caucus. The Georgia House of Representatives now consists of 113 Republicans, 66 Democrats, and one independent.  If the Republicans reach 120, they will have a super majority.  Read more.

Orientation time for New lawmakers check out digs
Georgia's newly elected legislators converged at the state Capitol, their soon-to-be workplace, for an orientation this week.

▪ Jack Kingston jumps into race for chairman of U.S. House Appropriations Committee  --  Jim Galloway, AJC
U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston of Savannah came out into the open today with his intra-party campaign to become the next chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. 
Read his letter. . .


 

 

Nov. 20, 2010   


The American form of government - Best Video Ever!

Please pass along to your children, grandchildren and friends since many schools do not teach this

November 18, 2010 --  E-News       
Just who is running for Chairman of the GA GOP at
the May State Convention in 2011?

According to news from Shawn Hanley, Fulton GOP Chairman, he is running but not Sue Everhart.
NOT TRUE! 
According to Insider Advantage the problem with Hanley's statement is that Everhart doesn't plan to stop at two terms but will seek one more, the maximum permitted under party rules.

According to Insider she hasn't announced that yet - she's waiting until after Gov.-elect Nathan Deal is inaugurated. The chairmanship election isn't until next May after all.  She did tell Insider: "It would be my honor to serve again through redistricting, and I think I've earned the right. I want to make sure we are
strong and can hold what we've won."  Read more in Bill Simon's Political Vine
where he lists the
number of years served by recent GA GOP Chairman. Actually, Alec Poitevint served four terms.

I, like MANY GA Republican women and men, will be 100% behind Sue. She has accomplished more
positive things for our GA GOP and our many Republican candidates than any other chairman I can remember. She has raised fantastic amounts of money for the party and candidates and has visited

Republican groups large and small all across the state -- much more than any previous chairman. She
has been a great communicator to all GOP grassroots through her many visits, her weekly E-Newsletter
and a new impressive website for www.GAGOP.org

Yes, our Republican convention process begins in February of 2011. Click here to review these steps
to serving in the GA GOP which includes the dates of precinct mass meetings, country conventions,
district conventions and our state convention in May. -- Bettye Chambers
 

 
You Gotta Love these Guys . . . .
Our troops show their sense of humor.

 
Obama Words of Wisdom Cartoons - click thumbnails to enlarge


 


 

November 17, 3010

Runoff Elections on
November 30

 
Click here to see judge candidates which will be on the November 30, 2010 General Runoff Election Ballot. Read about two judicial posts on Nov. 30 runoff ballot.
Check with your county Board of Elections for all runoffs in your county. 
Click here to read more about these candidates
I agree 100 % with this evaluation of the candidates.
Bettye Chambers, webmaster

   

Breaking: Obama Demands Amnesty
In Closed Door Meeting.
Read more

 

November 16, 2010

Obama Gives a Pass: TSA Won’t Touch Muslims’ Junk
Thirty-one-year-old John Tyner, a 31-year-old recently unleashed the
“Don’t tase me, Bro” moment of airport security. While about to receive a genital check from TSA security, Tyner agreed to a search of non-intimate areas but said, “If you touch my junk, I’ll have you arrested.” However, Muslim women will not have to face such worries. CNSNews.com has reported that Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) — which is frequently tied to domestic terror plots — has been guaranteed that TSA officials will only pat down Muslim women in the head and neck area. Read more
   

Airport 'pat-downs' cause
growing passenger backlash

 

Click thumbnail cartoons to enlarge

November 15, 2010
GA files suit to require new voters to prove citizenship
by Bill Rankin - AJC
▪ Morning Bell: A Failing Agenda Fails. 
Posted November 15th, 2010 at 9:20am in American Leadership

President Barack Obama returned from Asia yesterday, and the headlines greeting him home are not kind. “Obama’s economic view is rejected on world stage,” read more
Governors Sonny Perdue (GA) and Rick Perry (TX) Credited with 2010 Republican Gubernatorial Gains - Gary Scott Holt | November 15, 2010 at 1:17 pm

Dave Carney, Texas Governor Rick Perry's top political adviser, mentioned Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue and Perry as the architects of this year's Republican gubernatorial sweep. Republicans picked up seven governorships this year culminating in a total of 29 conservative governors across the country. Read more of this post

Rick Perry to lead Republican Governors Association

November 13, 2010
Congress back to business,
at least briefly,
beginning
Monday, Nov. 15, 2010
 
▪GOP lawmakers take tough stand on Bush tax cuts
By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER
The Associated Press
W
ASHINGTON — Fresh off big victories on Election Day, Republicans in Congress feel empowered in their fight to
extend tax cuts that expire in January, including those for the wealthy.
Read more
 

Post Election Cartoons - View more

November 12, 2010


Read the rest of the story

 

Happy Hunting

November 11, 2010
November 10, 2010 -- Veterans Day Tribute 

▪ Many thanks to all the voters who did vote right on Nov. 2.
What a history making day for our party and country.
Click here to read a great overview of November elections in Georgia by Sue Everhart, GA GOP Chairman.
 

Deal appoints two deputy chiefs of staff
Brian Robinson, who served as Deal's campaign spokesman, will become his deputy chief of staff for communications. Michael Shaffer, a member of the transition team, will serve as deputy chief of staff for legislative and external affairs

For Information on the Deal Transition go to --  www.dealtransition.com
For information on the Deal Inaugural go to  --  www.dealinaugural.com
 

Survey: Who should be the Republican Presidential Candidate in 2012

 
November 9, 2010

  History made in Georgia today!
The GA House had 109 Republican members seated, the most since reconstruction. Three Democrats have now become Republicans. Read more

Everhart Names Kevin Harris Acting Executive Director of the GAGOP
  Atlanta (November 9, 2010) — Sue Everhart, Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party, today named Kevin Harris acting Executive Director of the Georgia Republican Party. Harris replaces Toby Carr, who joined Governor-elect Nathan Deal’s transition


N. Ga. influence may have affected recent decisions
Some say leadership should span the state


Get to Work Protecting America
The Morning Bell


Eight House Republican Candidates in D.C.

Election Day may be behind us, but for eight House Republican candidates the election isn’t over yet. Their races are too close to call and ballots are still being counted

 

TThomas Sowellhomas Sowell

The "Gridlock" Bogeyman

 
November 8, 2010

Rep. Larry O'Neal Elected Majority Leader of GA House

House Republicans have elected state Rep. Larry O'Neal as their new majority leader, a post state Rep. James Mills of Gainesville had been seeking, as well. O'Neal, chairman of the powerful tax-writing Ways and Means and Committee, defeated in a secret ballot on Monday.

O'Neal, of Bonaire, is a former lawyer for Gov. Sonny Perdue.
David Ralston was re-elected House speaker on Monday.

Gov.-elect Nathan Deal addressed the House Republicans saying Georgia voters ``have placed great confidence'' in their conservative agenda to lead the state.

The House GOP added three seats in last week's election. On Monday, state Rep. Alan Powell, a Democrat from Hartwell, joined the Republican caucus, meaning the party now has 109 seats in the 180-member chamber.
 
Deal names remaining members of his transition team
 
November 7, 2010  


The President's trip to India and other places. . .

Not since the Pharaohs or the Roman Emperors has a head of state travelled in such pomp
 

Left: click on thumbnail photos to enlarge

Mrs. Obama dances on the second day in India.  By golly, Rush was right. . . She has put on a lot of weight especially in the lower area. ;- )  Does she not realize that plaids only emphasize her weight problem?  view video.

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For all of you opera lovers. . .

Obama! A Modern U.S. President (musical spoof)

< click on graphic to view video

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Wonder if he will still say this after his party's rejection on November 2, 2010.  Have you noticed how much Obama is frowning since election day??

November 7, 2010
GA Governor-elect Deal begins transition into office
Transition team created to work with Perdue's office - Gainesville Times
mweinman@gainesvilletimes.com

GA Governor's Race: A partner in the journey -- Chris Riley, Deal’s top congressional aide since 1998, campaign manager and recently appointed Chief of Staff for the Governor-elect
by
Alan Judd of the AJC -- Read article
 
 November 6, 2010

Georgia Elections 2010 Results - Final
AJC.com and WSB-TV bring youupdated results for the 2010 Georgia general election

 

GA Senate -- Final on this topic . . . we hope


News from GA Senate Republican Caucus

Your morning jolt: Cagle flies to Macon to put down revolt
11:17 am November 5, 2010, by Jim Galloway

A Casey Cagle update: GOP Senate caucus split
 November 5, 2010, by Jim Gallowa
 ▪ Newly re-elected Casey Cagle faces a palace coup
November 4, 2010 by Jim Gallowa

Runoff Elections in GA on November 30, 2010
Women make it into both of Georgia's judicial runoffs
However, I support Georgia Supreme Court Justice David Nahmias
and Chris McFadden for Appeals Court Judge because they are the
best qualified

 

by Rick McKee of the Augusta Chronicle
 

Quote of the week
Barack Obama helped elect 255 Democrats to the House in 2008.
This year, he helped elect 240 Republicans to the House
Now that’s bipartisanship."

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Republican 2012 Hopefuls Not Shy About White House Ambitions -- Romney, Palin, Huckabee -
Read how they measure up to Obama
 
Tea Party Is Evidence 'Democracy Works,' President Bush Tells Fox News
 
►NRSC Chairman Cornyn Congratulates Republican winners. . .see long list . . .
November 4, 2010


Devastation: GOP Picks Up 680 State Leg. Seats

While the Republican gains in the House and Senate are grabbing the most headlines, the most significant results on Tuesday came in state legislatures where Republicans wiped the floor with Democrats.

Republicans picked up 680 seats in state legislatures, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures -- the most in the modern era. To put that number in perspective: In the 1994 GOP wave, Republicans picked up 472 seats. The previous record was in the post-Watergate election of 1974, when Democrats picked up 628 seats. Read more. . .
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A look at the new Congress

 

November Elections 2010 in the U.S.
 

Republican Women Make Historic Gains Across Nation

Jennifer Carroll joins Congressman-elect Allen West (FL), Congressman-elect Tim Scott (SC), Governor-elect Susanna Martinez (NM), Governor-elect Nikki Haley (SC), Governor-elect Brian Sandoval (NV) and Senator-elect Marco Rubio (FL) as high profile minorities who are reshaping the face of the Republican Party.  Read article
 


 

National Federation of Republican Women

ELECTION OVERVIEW - TAKING BACK AMERICA
Click here to read long list of Republican women elected on Nov 2.



Cartoons of the Day
Obama Loses
Just a matter of time before the political cartoonists came up with some great ones. Even liberal cartoonist like Mike Luckovich of the AJC
Click thumbnail cartoons to enlarge


Click here to view many more Obama Loses Cartoons

View Many more
Republican Takeover
Cartoons

 
November 4, 2010
News of the Day - November 4, 2010
GA Voters Reflect National Republican Sentiment
Deal wins 120 counties with a strong showing in South Ga.
     Gov.-elect wins 70 to 80 percent in North Ga.
Deal names chief of staff and transition team

November 2, 2010  - E-News -- WE WIN

History Making Election in Georgia!
CLEAN SWEEP for Republicans - first time EVER
Nathan Deal wins Governor's Race - No runoff!!

“This is not an election,” said GOP chairwoman Sue Everhart.
“This is a restraining order against Barack Obama.”


- Read more in AJC - Read more in Gainesville Times

Clean Sweep for all Georgia state wide candidates: Governor, Lt. Governor, Sec. of State, Attorney General, State School Superintendent, Insurance Commissioner, Agriculture Commissioner, Labor Commissioner, Public Service Commission

 
  ▪ Click here for latest Georgia election returns on the GA SOS Site
  ▪ National Gubernatorial Results
  ▪ Fox News Coverage -
Republicans Win House Majority -Wave election
  ▪
Club for Growth's Election Scoreboard
  ▪ Map: How Georgia Voted

 
 
Remember GA GOP Victory Watch Party at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Buckhead at 7 p.m. in Grand Ballroom - no charge for party. Republicans only invited.

Click here to read more

 


Show Down at the Polls in America on November 2, 2010

Just another reminder of the extreme importance of this upcoming election. Either we start the process of restoring government to its constitutional roots next Tuesday or we stand on the brink of another dark age when our freedoms will be lost (stolen) and our reliance on government for our individual survival will be assured. We will then become no better then Russian Peasants of 1917 or Cubans of 1953 or Venezuelans' of the present.

Remember, Freedom is the goal, the Constitution is the way!  Go get 'em!
-- George McClelland, Gilmer County GOP Chairman 
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GA Governor's Race

 
Well, it's crunch time and I'll be brief.  If you still have not made up your mind as to who you will be voting for on the governor's race, now is definitely the time.  There were two televised debates on today, and there is one more debate on Sunday night (7 p.m. is the scheduled time) on GPTV.
 
I speak from personal experience (and friendship) that my recommendation is for you to consider Nathan Deal.  He will do his best to help teachers/schools, work on the water war issue that we've been dealing with for way too long, help cut down the illegal immigrant issue, and help to create more jobs for our state.
 
For those of you who have already done the early voting, then great.  Otherwise, remember that the polls are open this Tues. from 7 a.m. til 7 p.m. 

-- Becky Smith, Gainesville, GA, -- Public School Teacher

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Read: False Prophet  --  Take a break and stroll down memory lane at Juke Box Music
 


 
 
   Final Deal Mailer before election  
E-News

"If Barnes wins, Obama Wins. Pelosi wins. Big spending liberals win. Georgia cannot afford another round of Roy Barnes. Once was too much."

Elections have consequences for years and generations to come – none more so than this one. I urge you to join me in voting for the Republican ticket on November 2nd.”

Mailer includes statements from Karen Handel and Newt Gingrich encouraging everyone to vote for all Republicans on the ticket. Glad to get a robo call from Gov. Perdue and  Mike Huckabee.

(Click on above graphic to view and read in case you missed it on Saturday.)


 

Team 51 Voter Guide to Constitutional Amendments by Senator Chip Pearson
Click here

After listening to Neal Boortz on Nov. 1, I am voting No on Amendment 1.  Bettye Chambers

Tricky ballot questions explained by AJC

Critics say the dense wording of amendments is sometimes meant to confuse -- By Steve Visser  - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

This is just one person's interpretation.  If you have other ideas on these, please let us know at
this address .

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