Presidential hopeful Herman Cain announced his formal candidacy Saturday in Atlanta. He’s the second Georgian who’s entered the race.
Newt Gingrich officially entered the race last week. Cain, an Atlanta, native, made his announcement at a rally in Centennial Olympic Park.
Newly elected Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols think Georgians need a taste of train travel to convince them to support passenger rail in the state.
So, the freshman PSC member is arranging public train rides to Georgia’s next NASCAR race in September.
About 60 Augusta area residents came out to the second of 12 statewide redistricting hearings Tuesday.
Many of those who spoke had misgivings about a redistricting process controlled by the Republican legislature.
A new law will let health insurance plans sold in other states be available to Georgians. The intent is to broaden the market and give people more choices, but critics say it leaves the consumer vulnerable.
As Congress debates raising the debt ceiling a bipartisan group of Senators, including Georgia’s Saxby Chambliss, continue to work on long-term solutions. Chambliss says the so-called Gang of Six is not in a hurry.
Following a bitter race, Sue Everhart has been re-elected to a third term as the Chair of the Georgia Republican Party. Her victory comes despite the fact that Governor Nathan Deal supported her challenger Tricia Pridemore. Pridemore was a volunteer in Deal's campaign.