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7/24/2014 — Morris News Service: Group gathers to celebrate statewide ballot with five African-American women
ATLANTA -- Several black women, including elected officials and community leaders, gathered Wednesday to discuss how Georgia will make history in November. For the first time in the state and nation, five African-American women will be on a statewide ballot. 

7/24/2014 — Paul courts African Americans at Urban League
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), as part of a methodical effort to reach out to voters beyond the Republican base, will use a speech Friday to the National Urban League to unveil a major push on education reform, which he said will include “school choice, vouchers, charter schools, you name it — I think we need innovation.”

7/23/2014 — Walter Jones: Voters opted for major change in Perdue
ATLANTA -- It's safe to say that with public approval of Congress in single digits and President Barack Obama's job-approval numbers in negative territory that Georgia voters are displeased with Washington, and Tuesday they decided that a new broom would work best to sweep D.C. 

7/23/2014 — What if Mitch McConnell loses?

It’s a taboo subject among Senate Republicans but one that’s on many senators’ minds: What if Mitch McConnell loses his reelection bid?

There appears to be no clear answer to that question, at least not right now.

7/22/2014 — Hastings Wyman: 2nd Quarter money numbers favor Democrats
Democratic candidates brought in more money than Republicans in seven of the nine congressional races that are likely to be competitive this fall, continuing a pattern that has prevailed since early last year.

7/22/2014 — Sarita Chourey : Costs rising at federally supported medical centers in S.C.
COLUMBIA - The cost per patient in South Carolina's federally qualified health centers averaged $613. At the Beaufort JasperHampton Comprehensive Health Services, it's $960. 

7/21/2014 — Compiled from InsiderAdvantage and Southern Political Report staff: IAG Around Georgia
Around Georgia this afternoon, the day before Tuesday’s runoff election…InsiderAdvantage’s tracking polls have the GOP race for U.S. Senate tight, with Jack Kingston hanging on to a slim lead, but with the undecided having increased. That could suggest a last-minute shift towards one candidate from another. Or it may indicate the real intentions of some of those who say they are going to vote – they might not turn out on what is expected to be a rainy Election Day.

7/21/2014 — Mitch McConnell: No ‘throwing money’ at border
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) thinks that President Barack Obama is advocating “throwing money at” the current immigration problems, and that spending nearly $4 billion won’t solve the issue.

7/21/2014 — Sarita Chourey : Poll: Kingston edging ahead of Perdue
U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston's one-point lead one week ago over businessman David Perdue has stretched to five points in the RepublicanSenate runoff, poll results showed Thursday. 
The InsiderAdvantage/Fox5/Morris News survey was conducted with OpinionSavvy July 15-16 and included telephone and onlinesurveys of 696 likely voters in Tuesday's Georgia GOP primary runoff. 


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