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Charter school amendment appears headed for win.
Not surprisingly, Republican respondents said Mitt Romney won and Democrats said Barack Obama won. But Democratic respondents were much stronger in their opinion.
Patch polled Georgia elected officials and activists in both parties to find out who they felt won the debate between President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney.
Patch polled elected officials and activists in both parties to find out how they felt about their recent conventions. Both sides felt their own party got a boost, but Democrats expressed stronger feelings about the momentum they say Obama got.
A Patch panel of Democratic elected officials and activists say the Ryan pick draws a stronger contrast between presidential candidate Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama.
A Patch panel of GOP elected officials and activists say they see Ryan as a strong conservative.
Returns show the TSPLOST is trailing badly in the Atlanta Regional District, and almost certainly dead in the Northeast Georgia District and the Georgia Mountains District.
Do you think the president's speech swayed any undecided voters?
Atlanta campaign chair describes Gingrich's appeal to South Carolina voters.
Join the discussion as the GOP presidential candidate speaks at a DeKalb County GOP gathering.
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