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Michelle Nunn and David Perdue

Nunn Leads Perdue In New Poll

A new poll finds Democrat Michelle Nunn ahead of Republican David Perdue in the race for the U.S. Senate seat.

Governor Nathan Deal in front of legislature.

Deal Suspends Campaign To Mourn Death Of Staffer

Gov. Nathan Deal says he's halting campaign events at least through Wednesday after the death of a Republican Party staffer.

Jack Lumpkin. Photo courtesy City of Savannah

Savannah Hires New Police Chief

Savannah is hiring a new police chief as the Savannah-Chatham police department faces an uncertain future.

State Senator Jason Carter at a campaign stop.

Grandpa Jimmy Carter Casts A Shadow Over Ga. Governor's Race

During his campaign for governor, the younger Carter must contend with his grandfather's legacy. The name Jimmy Carter stirs up complex feelings among Georgia voters.

Deal, Carter Spar Over Economy And Ethics During Debates

During Tuesday’s Gubernatorial debate, Republican incumbent Nathan Deal and Democrat Jason Carter traded barbs over Georgia’s job numbers and ethics violations.

Political Science Professor Predicts How Each Candidate Can Win

Governor Nathan Deal and challenger Jason Carter faced off Tuesday, Oct. 7 and so did the candidates for Georgia's U.S. Senate seat at the Georgia National Fair. Mercer University political science professor Chris Grant predicts how they can win their respective races.

Watch Live: Senate, Gubernatorial Debates At Ga National Fairgrounds Tuesday Oct. 7 At 7 p.m.

Politics take center stage at the fairgrounds in Macon as Senate and Gubernatorial candidates are set to debate weeks before the election.

Non-Partisan Group Calls for Stepping Up Processing of Voter Registration Applications

Members and supporters of The New Georgia Project are calling on the state to process voter registration applications in the next seven days after they discovered a backlog.

Voter Registration Deadline Looms

Georgia voters who want to cast ballots in the November must register by today - Monday, Oct. 6. They can opt to register online.

Macon & Eggs: Blight, Security Breaches And Ebola

GPB Macon's Leah Fleming and Charles Richardson of The Telegraph come together to discuss blight and the recent spate of government security breaches from the perspective of Middle Georgians.

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