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Former Georgia Congressman Newt Gingrich handily won his home state on Super Tuesday with about 50 percent of the vote. That left Mitt Romney in second, Rick Santorum a close third, and Ron Paul last. All four candidates’ campaigns held parties in Georgia, and supporters at Paul’s event said they see no end in sight for the campaign.
Election results find Newt Gingrich with a comfortable lead in Georgia's Presidential Preference Primary. Tuesday night Gingrich jumped out to an early lead early. With just 1% of precincts reporting, several news outlets declared Gingrich the Georgia winner.
View breaking Presidential Preference Primary Election results with this interactive map from Google and The Associated Press. The map automatically updates as data pours in from counties across the state.
Mitt Romney has won Virginia and Newt Gingrich has won his home state of Georgia as voters across 10 states choose a GOP candidate on Super Tuesday. Romney and Rick Santorum were also waging a fierce battle for Ohio. Keep track of election results: Secretary of State's Election Results
A revised 2013 state budget heads to a full house chamber for a vote Wednesday. There have been some last minute changes to the 19.2 billion dollar plan, including a boost in funds for Georgia’s University and Technical College Systems. The new plan includes an additional 3 million dollars for law enforcement raises and 10 million dollars toward local road projects.