A last-minute ethics complaint launched against Casey Cagle just days before the election has drawn a strong response from both candidates. Cagle calls the accusations "disturbing" while his Democratic opponent denied she had anything to do with them. The complaint came from a former Republican candidate who has endorsed the Democrat.
The leaders of the Georgia House and Senate have announced the creation of a 14 member panel to look into Georgia immigration laws ahead of next year's General Assembly. The Senate leader, Lt. Governor Casey Cagle, says the aim is to use every option to lessen illegal immigration's impact in Georgia. His election opponent says, it's too little, too late.