David Perdue starts Senate career as No. 96 of 100

9:53 am Dec. 18, 2014

No. 96.

That’s where Republican David Perdue will begin his U.S. Senate seniority climb. The Washington Post’s Reid Wilson Previous service in the U.S. House, or as governor, cabinet secretary or vice president counts towards one’s

White clout buoyed Georgia’s Republican wave

9:52 am Dec. 16, 2014

The Georgia Secretary of State’s office just released a Overall some 1.5 million African-Americans registered to vote, making up 30 percent of the electorate. About half of them, or 743,414, voted. That’s about 28.6 percent

Georgia’s leaders mourn the death of Carl Sanders

3:40 pm Nov. 17, 2014

They praised former Gov. Carl Sanders’ political accomplishments, trumpeted his civil rights legacy and hailed his business acumen. And they said Georgia politicians could learn plenty from his service in office and his accomplishments after