When it was time for their deportation hearings, the children solemnly filed into the downtown Atlanta Immigration Court, slid into their seats and craned their necks so they could hear the translator at the front of the crowded courtroom.
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The above ad was just released by Gov. Nathan Deal’s campaign in the final days before next week’s primary. Like his other ads, it strikes a positive message that makes no mention of his opponents or his political affiliation.
We’re told this ad is just the beginning of a broader advertising onslaught emphasizing the “on the move” message. And it’s worth mentioning that he hasn’t abandoned the magazine ranking altogether. From his campaign’s Facebook post: