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Labor Day marks the time when general election campaigns traditionally begin -- so what's in store for Georgia vcoters? . . .
The Landmark Communications president, Mark Rountree, talks about how polls are done and how polling firms can reach different conclusions on political races . . .
Even without a term limits law, there has been a robust turnover of the members of the Georgia General Assembly over the past decade . . .
State Rep. Allen Peake (R-Macon) says one child who might have been helped by the medical marijuana bill that did not pass in this year's legislative session has died; can others be helped? . . .
Elections are usually about the future, but Georgia's statewide campaigns are dominated by images from the past . . .
It's a basic fact of governance: to provide the services your constituents expect, you have to levy taxes to pay for these services. Will Georgia's lawmakers be able to do that? . . .
Gov. Nathan Deal and Sen. Jason Carter have differing takes on the state of the movie business in Georgia . . .
Will Georgia's shrinking white population foretell a political shift from red to purple? One analyst says that is not the case . . .
Voters, candidates, and journalists can learn some valuable lessons from the results of Georgia's runoff elections . . .
Georgia keeps raising college tuition to ever-higher rates, pricing many students out of a college education -- and those tuition increases also help maintain huge compensation packages for college presidents . . .