The survey—administered by Costas Spirou, chair of GCSU's Department of Government and Sociology—asked 500 people via cell phone and landline which party they want leading the state in the next four years.
 
State transportation officials want to start building more roads in Georgia before they have all the money to pay for them. Although voters rejected that idea Tuesday when Amendment 3 failed, officials will still push the plan.
John Barrow has secured a US House seat for Democrats this election, but he wins in a district that was drawn for Democrats.
It was a rough night for Georgia Democrats. They lost every statewide race and were unable to force a runoff in the Governor’s race.
8th District Congressman jim Marshall loses seat after four terms in Congress. Austin Scott gets 53-percent of the vote. President Obama calls Marshall to offer condolences.
Republicans celebrated big wins across the state last night. They declared a sweep of all constitutional offices, and gained one Republican seat in congress.
Former U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal led a historic Republican election day sweep, as the GOP claimed all Georgia's statewide seats Tuesday night.
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson was re-elected to a second term, defeating Labor Commissioner Michael Thurmond.
Republicans celebrated big wins across the state last night with a few exceptions.
On the morning after, Nathan Deal met with Governor Sonny Perdue at the state Capitol to begin the process of transition at the top of state government.
Mike Keown called Congressman Sanford Bishop today and congratulated him on win in 2nd Congressional District. Initial reports had Keown as the winner. Bishop has served in Congress since 1993.