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Georgia gov. urges unity in first major speech

Georgia gov. urges unity in first major speech

In his first major speech since the election, Georgia Governor-Elect Brian Kemp told more than 100 legislators that it was time to “put politics behind us,” and asked them to “join me in the journey forward.”

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N.C. GOP says fresh misconduct allegation should trigger new House election

The North Carolina Republican Party said Tuesday that a new election should be held in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District if a new allegation regarding the leak of early-voting results before Election Day is proven.

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Trump leans on McConnell to vote on criminal justice reform

President Donald Trump pressured Senate Majority Leader Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Friday to pass criminal justice reform, hoping to push a reluctant McConnell to put it on the floor during a crowded lame duck session.

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Louisiana’s Governor’s Race Just Got Interesting

Nationally, what John Neely Kennedy is known for is his status as The Nation’s Most Quotable Senator, and his short cable news appearances have rapidly made him a go-to for sound bites and hot takes on current events. But in Louisiana, from which he hails, Kennedy has become better known as the likely Republican candidate to right the demographic wrong of 2015, when John Bel Edwards emerged from an unusual set of circumstances to win the state’s gubernatorial race and become the only Democrat governor of a Deep South state.

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Georgia’s First Lady completes 1,000th school visit to read to children

In her dedication to early reading and literacy, First Lady Sandra Deal has visited schools in all 159 counties across the state. Last week while visiting The Academy Child Development Center in Oakwood, Georgia’s First Lady marked her 1,000th school visit since Gov. Nathan Deal took office in 2011.

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Gov. Rick Scott removes Broward elections supervisor Brenda Snipes from office

Gov. Rick Scott suspended Broward County elections supervisor Brenda Snipes from office Friday, citing malfeasance and incompetence on the heels of a tumultuous recount during which the governor also accused the embattled supervisor of elections fraud.




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